The NE ARC co-Principal Investigators and Directors, Gemma Hudgell, Ph.D., and Robert N. Bartone, M.A., in addition to Arthur R. Clausnitzer, Jr., Ph.D., Project Director/Historical Archaeologist are highly qualified with experience far exceeding the Secretary of the Interior's minimum professional qualifications for archaeology (Code of Federal Regulations, 36 CFR Part 61; Federal Register 48, 190:44738-44739). Robert Bartone, Arthur Clausnitzer, and Gemma Hudgell, are qualified to perform all levels of cultural resource work in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont, although our area of expertise is primarily in the northern New England states.
NE ARC serves a diversity of private concerns including developers, utility companies, telecommunication developers, paper companies and engineering and design firms. Particularly germane, NE ARC clients, directly, or as sub-consultants, include a range of state and federal agencies including the Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire DOTs, Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, several town municipalities, Vermont Army Reserve, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Army Corp of Engineers and NAVFAC. NE ARC has or currently holds general contracts for archaeological services with the Vermont Agency of Transportation and the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources.
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