Jim Hughey

Jim brings more than 20 years of experience working on cultural resource projects in the pipeline, transportation, and construction industries. He has lent his expertise to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission  

Madonna Ledford

Madonna Ledford is the firm’s senior manager in charge of the Technical Services group. She joined Gray & Pape in 1989 as a field technician, occupying various positions, including field  

Beth McCord

Beth McCord is a principal investigator in archaeology with over 25 years of Midwestern experience.  She joined the firm in 2010 as the Indiana Branch Manager and is currently the  

Brandon McCuin

Since joining the firm in 2003, Brandon’s primary job duties include supporting the history/architecture staff in the execution and direction of cultural resource projects across the United States. In addition,  

Cinder Miller

Dr. Cinder Miller has a broad-based background in both North American and Classical archaeology. She has worked on a variety of projects throughout the United States and abroad and is considered an expert  

Patrick O’Bannon

Dr. Patrick W. O’Bannon is a recognized expert in historic preservation and cultural resources management with more than 30 years of experience. He has served as President of the American  

W. Kevin Pape

Kevin Pape established Gray & Pape in 1986 and is a nationally recognized expert in cultural resource management, historic preservation, and contract archaeology. He is author of historic preservation planning documents  

Chris Polglase

Chris brings more than 35 years of experience in cultural resources management and cultural heritage. He is a recognized cultural heritage expert with diverse permitting and impact assessment experience, having managed projects and  

Mike Striker

Michael Striker’s broad anthropological background includes historical and prehistoric North American archaeology, ethnography, ethnohistory, and faunal remains analysis. He has extensive experience with Section 106 and Section 110 compliance projects  

Michael Tuttle

Dr. Michael Tuttle has 25 years of nautical archaeology, remote sensing studies, and maritime history experience. He has participated in well over 160 projects ranging from Phase I remote sensing