Since 2012, we've combined the latest mapping and research tools with digging holes and knocking on doors to unearth and document our collective history and guide its future.
How Can We Help You?
At TerraX, we're proud to offer a wide range of services to our clients. Specializing in both historic structures and archaeology, we routinely assist federal and state agencies as well as private developers through the permitting process as it applies to federal and state preservation regulations. Our experience includes working with our clients on survey and evaluation strategies as well as the requirements and development, negotiation, and implementation of mitigation plans.
From nineteenth-century dogtrots to twentieth-century Ranch houses, TerraX architectural historians have documented the gamut of southern architecture.
We can offer assistance and guidance with archaeological projects from their earliest stages of planning to the final stages of mitigation.
In order to better understand our historic resources, it is important to look at their context — the things which surround them in time and place that give them meaning.
For every artifact we find, the goal is to identify cultural affiliation and chronological period in order to address research topics.
Our variety of state-of-the-art, near-surface geophysical equipment and techniques can be applied to nearly all site conditions.
GIS is a critical element in cultural resource management that has been fully integrated into our overall operations, making our data analysis time-efficient and cost-effective.
The staff of TerraX has years of experience facilitating consultation among numerous Federally and State-recognized Native American nations and the United States Government.
Our staff is well-versed in preparing exhibits and interpretive materials to raise public awareness and to improve understanding for cultural resource protection policies.
With a team of bioarchaeologists, TerraX is extremely qualified to handle the detection and appropriate removal and relocation of graves with sensitivity and respect.