Our Company is a SBA 8(m) certified economically disadvantaged woman owned small business that provides comprehensive cultural resources management services for private project contractors and local, state, and federal procurement contractors. We have qualified professionals that meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines for Archaeology and Historic Preservation with over 50 years combined experience. GTI Environmental, LLC owners have nationwide experience with NAGPRA inventory collections working for Harvard University’s Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. What differentiates GTI Environmental, LLC is our company's ability to complete draft reports well within a four week period from Notice to Proceed, and our projects are on time and on budget.


Archival Research


GTI Environmental, LLC staff of professionals routinely perform archival research to identify high probability areas for cultural resources that facilitate our client's ability to plan their projects and demonstrate a "Good Faith Effort" for consultation with the local, state, and federal agencies. Our unique historic research experience and capabilities led to the National Park Service using our Historical Archival Research Report as an example of quality for their other vendors.




Our staff members are qualified professional archaeologists and historians outlined in the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines for Archaeology and Historic Preservation. GTI's Principal Investigator is listed in the Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA). Our company's professional staff have proven experience concurrently managing multiple state projects from intensive archaeological survey, national register testing, and data recovery/mitigation. GTI Environmental, LLC has management experience of interpreting and applying historic preservation regulations in methodology, field practices, and reporting. Our expertise ensures our clients of meeting agency standards and guidelines.




GTI Environmental LLC professional staff regularly prepare Environmental Assessment and Environmental Impact Statement documents for our clients. Our company's cultural resource background review, intensive archaeology survey, national register testing, and data recovery/mitigation reports meet the quality expected by agencies. We have a past history of agency acceptance of Draft Report as Final Report 98 percent of the time with minor to no revisions.




The State Historic Preservation Office through the Council of Texas Archaeologist's requested that our CEO participate in the development of Curation Standards and Guidelines for Texas. This experience has allowed our company to streamline its efficiency in analyzing, reporting, and preparing cultural material collections for curation and submission to certified facilities.