Environmental Compliance/Resource Management/Planning (EIRs) | Los Angeles Conservancy

Environmental Compliance/Resource Management/Planning (EIRs)

Architectural Resources Group

Architectural Resources Group staff includes architects, designers, historians, planners and materials conservators offering a wide range of services.

ASM Affiliates

ASM offers a full range of professional cultural resource management services for architectural history, history, archaeology, ethnography, and other specialized services.

GPA Consulting / Historic Preservation Consultants

GPA is an award winning, multi-disciplinary consulting firm specializing in historic preservation. Our experienced staff provides a full range of architectural history services and excels in delivering effective solutions.

Historic Resources Group

Since its founding in 1989, Historic Resources Group has offered it clients full service preservation consulting.

ICF

ICF is one of California’s premier full-service environmental and cultural resources consulting firms.

Page & Turnbull

Page & Turnbull's staff includes licensed architects, designers, historians, conservators and planners who provide architectural and conservation services for historic buildings, resources and civic areas.

Rincon Consultants, Inc.

Rincon Consultants provides a broad range of services in cultural resources, urban planning, biological resources, water resources sustainability services, environmental sciences, and soil and groundwater assessment and remediation. Cultural resources professionals include architectural historians, archaeologists, and paleontologists.

Sapphos Environmental, Inc.

Sapphos Environmental, Inc. is an environmental consulting firm with a full service historic resources management program offering decades of experience and a thorough knowledge of federal, state, and local regulations.

SWCA Environmental Consultants

SWCA offers clients one of the largest cultural resource management (CRM) programs in the nation. Our highly skilled architectural historians, historians, anthropologists and archaeologists assist with the often complicated processes necessary for compliance with cultural resource laws and regulations.