Commonwealth Heritage Group employs a talented, dedicated staff of specialists who are passionate about their work. Each member of our staff has from five to over 25 years of experience in cultural resource investigations. Our staff includes 28 archaeologists and seven architectural historians meeting the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards for Archaeology and Historic Preservation and two licensed and highly experienced landscape architects specializing in research and design for historic properties and design of parks and other public landscapes.

Commonwealth Heritage Group’s staff members are experienced in the full range of cultural resource studies. Our research staff has broad regional experience throughout the continental United States and Alaska.

Our staff includes members who are professionally trained and experienced in the fields of cultural anthropology, precontact Native American and historical archaeology (including military sites archaeology), history, architectural history and preservation, and cultural landscape studies. Staff specializations include floral and faunal evaluations, artifact analysis, geoarchaeological analyses, underwater archaeology, terrestrial and marine remote sensing, Historic American Building Survey (HABS) and Historic Engineering Record (HAER) documentation, and landscape architecture.

Senior staff members have extensive experience as part of teams contributing to Environmental Assessments (EA), Environmental Impact Statements (EIS), and Major Investment Studies (MIS).

Commonwealth Heritage Group was approved as an equal opportunity employer (Title VI) by the Office of Equal Opportunity (Michigan Department of Transportation) on July 15, 1995 and also provides annual documentation of Title VI compliance to agencies such as the Virginia Department of Transportation.