Hunter Research's main offices and laboratories occupy a pair of restored early 20th-century townhouses on West State Street opposite the New Jersey State House in the center of Trenton.
The company is fully equipped to undertake all major field, analytical and report-production tasks. Field equipment includes: company-owned vehicles; total stations and digital transits (with data collector); heavy-duty laptop computers for use on-site and in research facilities; and standard excavation, recording, photographic and metal detecting equipment sufficient to support the concurrent operation of at least four large field projects.
The firm's Trenton headquarters has 6,500 square feet of office space; a laboratory for artifact processing; and a four-bay garage used for equipment and vehicle storage. The office space contains computerized drafting and scanning equipment and over 20 work stations connected to a computer network giving access to a range of software, shared data files and printers. Software commonly in use includes MS Word, MS Access, MS Excel, QuarkXPress, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat, AutoCAD and ArcView.