Who We Are
AHS is based in Storrs, Connecticut. Our staff works as a tightly-knit interdisciplinary team. Our historians work closely with archaeologists to ensure thorough and accurate identification and interpretation of archaeological sites. Our experts in the pre-colonial and 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th-century periods work together to identify and interpret archaeological sites, and to develop impact avoidance and mitigation strategies. Our architectural and industrial historians work together to evaluate varied resources including houses, factory sites, maritime structures, and dams, and to develop and implement excellent treatment plans.
The firm’s moderate size, together with our great depth and breadth of experience, allows us to assemble the ideal combination of staff to handle each project, ensuring that every client receives close personal attention.
We encourage all staff archaeologists, summer-student archaeologists and interns to develop their professional interests outside of CRM. We foster professional growth by sponsoring our staff to write and present research papers at academic conferences and public events, and to produce articles for professional journals. AHS staff members have authored many articles and books.
Highways to History: The Archaeology of Connecticut’s 18th-Century Lifeways