CULTURAL RESOURCE SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER

We’ve extended the date to apply.

Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS), a 40-year-old environmental planning firm in Tempe, Arizona, is seeking to hire a cultural resource Senior Project Manager. The successful candidate will: • have a Master’s degree in Anthropology (Archaeology); • qualify as a Project Director on an Arizona state permit . . . → Read More: CULTURAL RESOURCE SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposes to delist lesser long-nosed bat

Based on input from biologists and climate change specialists, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to delist the lesser long-nosed bat (Leptonycteris curasoae yerbabuenae). An evaluation of threats and an assessment of the bat’s long term viability suggest that threats to this species have been significantly reduced, such that it no longer . . . → Read More: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposes to delist lesser long-nosed bat

ACS Announces New Phytolith Extraction Capabilities!

ACS is pleased to announce that we now have the capability to extract phytoliths in our laboratory facility at our Tempe office. This means we will have increased flexibility over the processing and extraction of phytoliths from a variety of materials including ceramics, ground stone and other artifacts, organics, and reference materials, in addition . . . → Read More: ACS Announces New Phytolith Extraction Capabilities!

Arizona State Parks issues Press Release

The Arizona State Parks and Trails has issued a press release for the Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month and the Archaeology Expo 2018.  Please follow the link below to see the Press Release. Hopefully we’ll see you at the Expo!

https://azstateparks.com/press/PR_9_12_17

ACS Staff contribute to McDOT’s new series: Maricopa County DOT Environmental Program Archaeological Report

Congratulations to MCDOT on publishing the first report in a new series: Maricopa County DOT Environmental Program Archaeological Report and to Jacobs on preparing this major new contribution to Hohokam archaeology. We’re pleased that two ACS staff members participated in the project, resulting in the following publications:

Andrea Gregory 19. Faunal Analysis for the . . . → Read More: ACS Staff contribute to McDOT’s new series: Maricopa County DOT Environmental Program Archaeological Report