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!

Field Archaeologist or Field Technician

Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. of Tempe, AZ (ACS) is seeking resumes for a temporary Field Archaeologist or Field Technician for work at the Gila River Indian Community. There is no per diem or lodging attached to the position so you would need to have a place to stay in either the Phoenix metro (preferably . . . → Read More: Field Archaeologist or Field Technician

It’s September! ACS would like to congratulate Brian Huttick for three years of service!

Thanks Brian! Good employees are a company’s most valuable resource.

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

ACS’ Zachary Rothwell Presented at 2017 Arizona Geographic Information Council Education & Training Symposium

Zachary Rothwell, ACS spatial analyst, presented the results of his Arizona State University Masters of Advanced Study in Geographic Information Systems (MAS GIS)  project at the Arizona Geographic Information Council (AGIC) Symposium in Prescott, AZ September 20−22. Together with his colleague, Cesar Del Castillo-Horta, his research developed techniques for identifying Brosimum alicastrum, commonly known . . . → Read More: ACS’ Zachary Rothwell Presented at 2017 Arizona Geographic Information Council Education & Training Symposium