Trileaf’s cultural resources team consists of highly experienced professionals who meet or exceed the Secretary of the Interior’s (SOI) Historic Preservation Qualification Standards in the fields of archaeology, history, and architectural history
Trileaf’s cultural resources professionals pride themselves in their quality of work, rapid turnaround times, and cost effectiveness, all while ensuring their client’s projects meet applicable Federal, State, and Tribal requirements
“Thank you for keeping us in the loop so well with all of your updates. You are one of the few people who consistently keeps us abreast of the project as is continues. We greatly appreciate the extra work you do to send us out these updates.”
We will perform proactive research on the endangered species, Native American tribes, wetlands, flood plains, wilderness areas, wildlife preserves, archeological, and historical architectural issues in relation to your site.
We combine rigorous science with targeted, cost-effective techniques to reinforce our reputation as a leading national vendor for Migratory Bird Evaluations (MBE).
Under the EPA’s All Appropriate Inquiries rule, a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (Phase I ESA) is the gold standard. Per the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), purchasing or even leasing real estate may subject a buyer/lessor to environmental liability at a site.