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 gas pipelines, water and sewer line surveys, channel and creek widening surveys, maritime surveys, and projects associated with the construction of pipelines, detention basins, and outfall structures where the United States Army Corps of Engineers serves as the lead or a consulting Federal Agency. Jim is precertified with the Texas Department of Transportation to conduct archaeological surveys throughout that state. He has served as principal investigator or project manager on projects throughout the United States including Arkansas, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Texas, among others.
Jim’s work experience also includes museum settings, where his duties included collections-based research, NAGPRA compliance, and the completion of curation, exhibit and interpretive duties associated with material culture from the Americas, Africa, the Middle East, and Indonesia, and he has consulted on heritage sites interpretation projects in the Caribbean.
Jim serves as the firm’s Southeast Regional Manager.