Impact7G Expands its Reach into the Southeast United States

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Impact7G’s growth and diversity continues!  In keeping with our mission to help client’s make sustainable, informed decisions we are excited to announce the addition of Michelle Taylor to our Cultural Resource Team. Michelle brings over 12 years of experience in cultural resource management (CRM) to the company.

Michelle has both a Bachelor of Science in Biology, and a master’s degree in landscape architecture. Her knowledge of regulatory compliance enables her to manage National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), and Environmental Assessment (EA) compliance projects as well as prepare all associated documentation.  Michelle has directly authored or managed over 750 Section 106 Review/Archaeological Assessment compliance documents including all Native American consultations.  Michelle has over 7 years of experience assisting in historic architectural surveys and evaluations, varying in complexity and size.  She is extremely knowledgeable in archival research, field survey, and architectural photographic documentation.  With a background in Landscape Architecture, Michelle brings an interdisciplinary approach to large-scale public works projects, community and stakeholder meetings, and cultural landscape projects.

As a provider of diverse professional environmental and sustainability services, Impact7G’s vision entails helping clients across the United States foster sustainable and informed decisions that benefit their triple bottom line today and seven generations into the future. If you would like to learn more about Impact7G’s CRM capabilities please don’t hesitate to reach out to Michelle at our Nashville, Tennessee office, through our Clive, Iowa office at (515) 473-6256 or call her direct at (404) 697-0901. She can also be reached via email at

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