PAL is a leading New England cultural resource management (CRM) firm. We offer services in the fields of archaeology and historic architectural survey, cemetery investigations, expert testimony, section 106, HABS/HAER, and state level documentation.

PAL’s outstanding reputation within the CRM industry springs from more than a quarter-century of high-quality performance in support of more than 3,000 development and planning projects. Our staff of more than 45 professional archaeologists, architectural historians, preservation planners, and support personnel is committed to providing clients with responsive service and expert advice in historic preservation.

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USDA NRCS provides design and funding support to privately owned farms and local municipalities through state and regional offices across the country. Because federal dollars are used in their programs, USDA NRCS must comply with applicable cultural resource laws and regulations. PAL is...
On May 29, 2015 Deborah Cox was honored by the Providence Business News (PBN) during its...
PAL President Deborah Cox was honored with the Pawtucket Foundation’s Special Distinction...
Jay Waller, PAL Senior Archaeologist, leads a paddle boat tour of the Woonasquatucket River in...
U.S. General Services Administration American Cultural Resources Association