Impact7G’s Cultural Resource Management team provides timely, cost-effective, and accurate investigations for National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) Sections 106 and 110 compliance ensuring smooth coordination with Federal and State regulatory agencies. Projects involving Federal money or permits and those operating near sensitive cultural areas often encounter the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), State-based historic preservation laws, or local sensitive area ordinances requiring archaeological or architectural documentation. From initial desktop survey to advanced excavations and documentation, Impact7G provides detailed, quality architectural and archaeological studies that meet or exceed Federal, State, and local requirements. Some of our advanced excavations include Phase II archaeological testing to determine National Register for Historical Places eligibility and Phase III archaeological data recovery resources. We also offer advanced expertise in geoarchaeological modeling to facilitate project decisions over a large geographical area as well as improve the validity of Phase 1A desktop reviews.