Public Service Archaeology & Architecture Program
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The Public Service Archaeology & Architecture Program is a full-service cultural resource management and research program sponsored by the Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Initiated in 1991, the program conducts a variety of research and cultural resource management projects in prehistoric and historical archaeology, and architectural impact assessments, for federal, state, and local agencies, as well as private organizations. Projects have been conducted across the continental United States with a focus in the Midwest.
The Public Service Archaeology & Architecture Program has produced more than 180 Research Reports for a variety of projects for Federal, State, and Local /Municipal agencies as well as private organizations and individuals.
Public service activities range from helping organizations fulfill legal requirements concerning the identification and evaluation of cultural resources to the dissemination of information through publications and presentations.
- Department of Anthropology