James S. Lee
Vice President/Principal Investigator, M.A., RPA
Mr. Lee has over 20 years experience in cultural resource management. He has directed background research and fieldwork activities, overseen laboratory operations, contributed to and authored several dozen technical reports, and coordinated with clients and review agencies. Mr. Lee has extensive archaeological experience in New Jersey and Pennsylvania on prehistoric, historic, historic industrial and urban sites. Although Mr. Lee’s primary interest lies in prehistoric archaeology, he has developed a special interest in industrial archaeology, particularly that of the region’s canals. Over the last several years Mr. Lee has directed over a dozen cultural resources projects related to the rehabilitation of historic features along the Delaware and Raritan Canal and the Morris Canal.