Our Work

Our company-wide commitment to preserve history and culture is the connecting thread that weaves through our diverse portfolio. Here you’ll find a selection of projects that makes us proud to do what we do.

Lundgren Wind Farm

Enhancing the production of wind-generated electrical energy in Iowa, now the nation’s leading producer.

Stillwater Landmark Sites

Survey, database, and web development to promote preservation of historic homes

Great River Passage

Engaging communities to re-envision interpretation and storytelling along St. Paul’s Mississippi waterfront

Tabor Interpretive Planning

Interpreting an abolitionist-founded town in Iowa

Rohwer Internment Camp

Revealing difficult stories through place-based interpretation and storytelling

Cherokee Tourism

Driving economic growth through authentic cultural program planning

Montana Parks Planning

Strategic planning for state parks' heritage resources

Hurricane Sandy

Desktop analysis of homes to expedite environmental review after natural disaster.

VA National Cemeteries

Balancing development and historic preservation by guiding clients through the regulatory process

Point State Park

Interpretive planning and outdoor exhibit development for inner city park

Northern Lights Express

Paving the way for high speed rail through complex resource survey

Twin Metals Mining

Working with tribes and supporting early planning efforts to minimize impacts on resources

Three Rivers Park District

Strategic planning for cultural resources within regional parks

St. Paul Preservation Plan

Harnessing preservation and developing protocols to fuel an economically sustainable city

Diamond Point Park

Collaboration with tribes to inform archaeological investigation, new park design, and interpretation

I-94 Community Engagement

Rethinking engagement, bridging history and culture, and envisioning a community-led future

Grand Portage East Meadow

EA developed collaboratively with the Grand Portage Band and National Monument

Fort Snelling Historic Context

Updating historic context at Minnesota's first national landmark