Cultural & Architectural Resource Management

The Cultural Resources Management division of E2PM provides a full range of services in support of federal, state and local environmental permitting required for development and infrastructure improvements throughout New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. E2PM continuously collaborates with our clients and adapts our services to identify solutions to their cultural resource compliance needs. With more than 120 years of combined experience in the regulatory field, our team possesses extensive knowledge of the history and prehistory of the Northeast as well as permitting requirements.

E2PM’s cultural resouces team includes a highly qualified staff of Registered Professional Archaeologists (RPA) and Architectural Historians that exceed the Secretary of the Interior’s (SOI) “Standards and Guidelines for Archeology and Historic Preservation (48 CFR 44716)”. E2PM’s staff is strategically located in Northern and Southern New Jersey as well as Northeastern and Southeastern Pennsylvania. As such, we are capable of rapidly mobilizing our efforts in support of projects throughout the Tri-State region and beyond. Our team has completed more than 700 projects and has an outstanding reputation for providing innovative and exceptional services to a wide range of clients and projects to bring about successful solutions and achieve project goals.

Some of our regulatory and compliance consulting includes: Federal Section 106, Federal Archaeological Resources Protection Act, Federal Clean Water Act Section 404, NJ Freshwater Wetlands Act, NJ Register of Historic Places Act, NJ Highlands Act, NJ Pinelands Act, NJ Executive Order 215, PA History Code, NY City Environmental Quality Review (CEQR), and NY State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA).

Additional Cultural Resources services:

  • Archaeological National Register Eligibility
  • Archaeological Data Recovery/Mitigation
  • Archaeological Survey, all phases
  • Architectural Assessment
  • Artifact Analysis and Curation
  • Assessment of Effects
  • Cemetery Documentation
  • Cultural Resource GIS
  • Environmental Impact Statements
  • Expert Witness Coordination and Testimony
  • FCC Forms 620 & 621
  • Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Nationwide Programmatic Agreement Screenings (NPA)
  • Geomorphology
  • Geophysical Survey
  • HABS/HAER Documentation
  • Historic Architectural Survey
  • Historic Building Tax Credit Consultation
  • Historic Research
  • Large Format Photography
  • Memorandum of Agreement Coordination
  • Mitigation Plans
  • Monitoring Programs
  • National Register Nomination
  • Nation Wide Programmatic Agreement Screenings 2001, 2005
  • Native American Consultation
  • Predictive Modeling
  • Site Acquisition Consultation
  • Viewshed Analysis

E2PM Point of Contact:
Scott Wieczorek
Tel. (973) 299-5200