Cultural Resources

Above and beyond…

Backing our clients with unique in-house services

Nationwide, we support our clients on projects that require compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 (as amended) along with Federal Highway Administration, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and other federal and state regulations. Our expanded capabilities help us provide the full suite of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) services.

  • Phase I, II, and III Archaeological Investigations
  • Architectural History (Above-ground) Resource Investigations
  • Assessment of Effects
  • Agency, Tribal, and Consulting Party Coordination
  • Memorandum of Agreement
  • Cultural Resource Management Plans
  • Online or In-person Records Review
  • National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) Nominations
  • NRHP Eligibility Determinations
  • Viewshed Analysis
  • GPS/Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Resource Mapping
  • Predictive Modeling
  • Archival Research
  • Historic Context Development
  • Building Condition Assessments
  • Content for Informational Brochures, Exhibits, and Signage
  • Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) Documentation
  • Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) Documentation
Eric Scuoteguazza, MA, MBA, RPA

Eric Scuoteguazza, MA, MBA, RPA

Cultural Resources Lead

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Eric Scuoteguazza, MA, MBA, RPA, is a Principal and the Corporate Lead of the Cultural Resources Practice at Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC). He brings 30+ years’ experience leading cultural resources investigations under the National Historic Preservation Act. In his role, he works with CEC’s archaeologists, scientists, and architectural historians as they guide clients through myriad federal and state regulations. Mr. Scuoteguazza is proficient in consultation with tribal organizations, consensus building, developing procedural agreements, and conveying compliance needs to clients as well as to the public and local government sponsors. As such, he actively participates in establishing and implementing quality standards, with a focus on pragmatic, reasonable, and innovative solutions to balancing client needs with responsible resource management. Mr. Scuoteguazza earned his bachelor’s degree in anthropology/earth science from Gannon University, a master’s degree in anthropology from Ball State University, as well as an MBA from Point Park University.

Cultural Resources Lead
Eric Scuoteguazza, MA, MBA, RPA
Archaeological Principal Investigator
Jim Snyder, MA, RPA
Project Manager II
Archaeological Supervisor
Colleen Westmor, MA, RPA
Project Manager I
Archaeological Supervisor
Maria Smith, PhD, RPA
Assistant Project Manager
Principal Investigator / Architectural Historian
Sue Gilliam, MS
Project Consultant