JRIA has considerable experience in performing the full range of archaeological and architectural fieldwork, analysis, and report preparation to assist clients in meeting local, state, and federal cultural resource management regulations.
Our archaeological and architectural services include:
JRIA has the expertise to perform archival, documentary, cartographic, photographic, and oral history research to support a wide array of projects.
Our research services include:
JRIA is committed to assisting clients navigate the various cultural resource regulatory processes at the local, state, and federal level.
Our regulatory coordination services include:
JRIA's laboratory facility is located in our Williamsburg office, with 250 square feet of operating wet laboratory space for initial cleaning and sorting of artifacts, and over 1600 square feet of archaeological/dry laboratory area for artifact analysis and temporary storage. The wet laboratory, in addition to the normal artifact-processing requirements of sinks, sediment traps, and drying racks, contains a wide variety of analytical and scientific equipment.
King & Queen County-Wine bottle seals from Newington