International Archaeology provides a broad range of cultural resources management services including archaeological surveys, data recovery, monitoring (including UXO sites), preservation and interpretive planning, National Register of Historic Places nominations, historical studies, GIS studies, oral history, archaeological and cultural impact assessments, Section 106 compliance, palaeobotanical analysis, paleoenvironmental studies, burial recovery, and bioarchaeological (osteological) analysis.
Good planning documents inform all participants about the landscape and cultural history of a project area. They also provide guidance when cultural properties are encountered, which is important to avoid unnecessary delays. more…
International Archaeology, LLC provides a full range of archaeological and cultural resource management services to private businesses, government and Defense Department agencies, educational institutions, and individuals. Our experienced staff of archaeologists and cultural preservation professionals have an outstanding record of achievements. We provide services to clients throughout Hawai‘i, the Pacific Basin, Asia, and the western United States from our main office in Honolulu, and a branch office in Guam that serves the Mariana Islands and locations throughout Micronesia.
We are committed to the concerns and issues of historic preservation, while planning and conducting our projects in close coordination with concerned government agencies and community groups, and with a thorough understanding of historic preservation laws and issues. Our senior staff have long histories working in cultural heritage management in Hawai‘i, and our knowledge of customs, traditions, and cultural practices derives not only from formal research, but also from relationships with people and organizations in the community. IA is committed to serving our community, and one of the main aims of our work is stewardship of cultural resources – ensuring they will be available for future generations.
International Archaeology staff members have undertaken numerous projects throughout Hawai‘i, the Western Pacific region, East Asia, and also the Pacific Northwest of the United States and parts of South America. These projects have ranged from small assessments requiring less than a week of work to multi-year efforts encompassing a variety tasks and specializations. We have the experience and capacity needed to complete projects in their required timeframes, and can manage numerous large projects simultaneously.