Cultural Resources Management Services

Statement of Qualifications

Prehistoric and Historical Archaeology and Architectural History

Provenience Group, Inc.

Cultural resources specialists employed by Provenience Group have proven expertise with projects involving state and federal government agencies,  tribal entities, and the private sector by providing high quality archaeological, history, and architectural history technical studies.

Our collective experience, knowledge, and superior communication skills offer a winning combination for clients who desire cultural resources compliance studies completed efficiently and cost-effectively; at the same time, Provenience Group is able to produce a quality comprehensive report that contributes to our understanding of California prehistory and history.​​​

​​​​Provenience Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Provenience Group uses innovative methodologies to meet cultural resources compliance needs of clients.  With many years of experience in archaeology, history, and architectural history, Provenience Group specialists use a streamlined approach to cultural resources studies by considering both prehistoric and historical resources and historic structures when performing research and consultation for studies.​​


  •  ​​​​​​​Extensive experience with both state (CEQA) and federal (NHPA) laws and regulations regarding cultural resources

  • Cultural resources sections of environmental documents (EIR, EIS)

  • Expert Witness testimony

  • ​Prehistoric and historical archaeological survey

  • Construction monitoring

  • Extended Phase I archaeological studies​; Phase II archaeological test excavations and evaluations; Phase III data recovery excavations and mitigation

  • Record and literature searches, historic maps and document research

  • Tribal consultation and coordination with the California Office of Historic Preservation and other state and federal agencies

  • ​Preparation of Research Designs, Treatment Plans, and Cultural Resources Management Plans

  • Architectural history inventories and evaluations

  • Development of historic contexts​

  • Historic American Buildings Survey and Historic American Engineering Record (HABS/HAER) documentation