AKRF’s cultural resources team includes experienced professionals from a wide range of disciplines including architecture, history, architectural history, archaeology, anthropology, and historic preservation.
Whether researching a building or neighborhood, conducting a statewide inventory of historic bridges, collecting oral histories, or performing archaeological surveys, AKRF’s cultural resources team has the expertise to provide our clients with the deliverables needed to meet agency standards and requirements, often within expedited schedules.
We have close working relationships with the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP), the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC), and many other state and local preservation organizations and groups.
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Southampton Historic Resources Survey AKRF created a thorough survey of architectural properties for the Town of Southampton on Eastern Long Island.
PPD Critical Infrastructure Protection Program AKRF is assisting the Philadelphia Police Department with historic documentation for the City's anti-crime camera program.
Rebuilding Lower Manhattan AKRF provides cultural resource services to the LMDC, including unearthing the remains of an historic ship at the WTC Vehicular Security Center site.
New Fulton Street Transit Center AKRF administers all aspects of the new Fulton Street Transit Center project related to archaeological resources and historic built properties.