Ian C. Burrow
Vice President/Principal Archaeologist, Ph.D., RPA
More than 30 years experience directing cultural resource management projects in the United States and the United Kingdom. Director of numerous archaeological surveys and data recovery projects performed in connection with highway and utilities improvements, reservoir and facilities expansions, and other types of development activities. Particular expertise in directing archaeological investigations carried out in conjunction with restoration projects (e.g., the Old Barracks, Trenton; Tweed Courthouse, New York; and numerous state-owned historic buildings in New Jersey, such as Allaire Mansion, the Thomas Olden House, the John Craig House). Specialization in historical and industrial archaeology (historic house archaeology, military sites, gas works) and computer applications in archaeological data analysis.