Richard W. Hunter
President/Principal Archaeologist, Ph.D., RPA
Founder and President. Overall responsibility for numerous cultural resource studies for various public and private clients, including the National Park Service, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, state transportation agencies, water resources and parks departments, municipalities and major architectural and engineering firms. Considerable experience directing archaeological services provided in conjunction with restoration projects (e.g., at the New Jersey State House Complex in Trenton, Tweed Courthouse in Manhattan, and numerous state and federal historic sites in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York) and maintenance of the Delaware and Raritan Canal. Specialization in historical and industrial archaeology (canals, mills and iron and steel sites) and historical geography (GIS-based historic/cultural landscape studies.