Archaeological Services at the University of Massachusetts is an organization that specializes in all phases of Cultural Resource Management projects. These include archaeological and historical background research and field testing (Phase 1a Reconnaissance Surveys and Phase 1b Intensive Field Surveys); Phase 2 Site Examinations and Evaluations; Phase 3 Data Recovery projects for historic and prehistoric sites; National Register Nominations; Architectural Surveys and Inventories; HABS/HAER documentation; and survey and planning grants.

As of 2013, Archaeological Services has conducted more than 700 cultural resource management research projects in eight Northeastern states. These archaeological surveys have been conducted on behalf of the National Park Service, as well as state agencies, highway departments, gas pipeline companies, and civil and environmental engineering firms.

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