Cultural Resource Surveys (Phase 1A /1B)

Phase 1A Literature Search and Sensitivity Assessment and Phase 1B Archaeological Field Reconnaissance Survey

Deerpark Transmission Line. Town of Deerpark Orange County, New York.

Deerpark Transmission Line. Town of Deerpark Orange County, New York

Hudson Valley Cultural Resource Consultants completed a Phase 1 Survey for the ORU Deerpark Transmission Line in the town of Deerpark Orange County, New York. The study involved the evaluation and assessment of the existing conditions within the compound and the potential impact to archaeological resources. The project included the documentation of the existing conditions within the property boundaries, and evaluation of buried soil horizons and documentation of significant changes to the landscape from the early 19th century to the present day.

Phase 1A Literature Search and Sensitivity Assessment and Phase 1B Archaeological Field Reconnaissance Survey

Wcsd#2 - Fe-1a Trunk Sewer Relocation Project

Village Of Fort Edward, Washington County, New York

Trunk Sewer Relocation Project in the northwestern portion of the Village of Fort Edward, Washington County, New York

Hudson Valley Cultural Resource Consultants completed a Phase 1 Archaeological Survey for the proposed WCSD#2 - FE-1A Trunk Sewer Relocation Project in the northwestern portion of the Village of Fort Edward, Washington County, New York. The survey reviewed ±8926 linear feet within the right-of-way on both sides of the roadway and a small area for a proposed pump station. The proposed undertaking consists of upgrading the existing infrastructure within the village of Fort Edward. The project included the documentation of the existing conditions within the property boundaries, and evaluation of buried soil horizons and documentation of significant changes to the landscape from the early 18th century to the present day.

Phase 1A Literature Search and Sensitivity Assessment and Phase 1B Archaeological Field Reconnaissance Survey

501 County Road 62 Community Solar. Town of Westtown, Orange County, New York.

Archaeological Survey for the proposed Community Solar Projet in the town of Westtown, New York

Hudson Valley Cultural Resource Consultants completed a Phase Archaeological Survey for the proposed Community Solar Projet in the town of Westtown, Orange County, New York. The project examined a six acre parcel as well as nearby above ground resources. The project included the documentation of the existing conditions within the property boundaries and documentation of significant changes to the landscape from the early 19th century to the present day. The project included archaeological field investigations, which did not identify buried cultural resources. SHPO concluded with the recommendation that the proposed undertaking would not have an Adverse Effect on cultural resources.

Phase 1A Literature Search And Sensitivity Assessment And Phase 1B Archaeological Field Reconnaissance Survey

Ridge Road Parcel. Town Of Montgomery, Orange County, New York.

Phase Archaeological Survey for the proposed Ridge Road Project in the town of Montgomery, Orange County, New York

Hudson Valley Cultural Resource Consultants completed a Phase Archaeological Survey for the proposed Ridge Road Project in the town of Montgomery, Orange County, New York. The project examined an 11 acre parcel as well as nearby above ground resources. The project included the documentation of the existing conditions within the property boundaries and documentation of significant changes to the landscape from the early 18th century to the present day. The project parcel includes portions of the former Cadwallader Colden Canal.

Phase 1B Archaeological Field Reconnaissance Survey

Hurley Gravel Mine Project. Maple Avenue Elmira, Chemung County, New York.

Phase 1B Archaeological Field Reconnaissance Survey

Hudson Valley Cultural Resource Consultants completed Phase 1B Archaeological Field Reconnaissance Survey for the proposed Hurley Sand and Gravel Mine in the town of Elmira, Chemung County, New York. The project examined a 58 acre parcel located on the floodplain of the Chemung River. The project included the documentation of the existing conditions within the property boundaries, and evaluation of buried soil horizons and documentation of significant changes to the landscape from the early 19th century to the present day.

Phase 1A Literature Search and Sensitivity Assessment & Phase 1B Archaeological Field Reconnaissance Survey

Chappaqua Crossing Project. Chappaqua Westchester County, New York.

Phase 1B Archaeological Field Reconnaissance Survey

HVCRC completed a Phase 1A Literature Review and Phase 1B Archaeological Field Reconnaissance Survey for the proposed improvements to the Reader’s Digest property. The project included the documentation of the existing conditions within the property boundaries, and evaluation of historic structures and documentation of significant changes to the landscape from the early 19th century to the present day. The project included archaeological field investigations, the determination of National Register Eligibility the existing structures, and a comprehensive field survey which documented a lack of archaeological integrity within the project area.

Phase 1A Literature Search and Sensitivity Assessment & Phase 1B Archaeological Field Reconnaissance Survey

Solar City Array - Town of Minisink, Orange County, New York

Phase 1A Literature Search and Sensitivity Assessment Solar City Array - Town of Minisink, Orange County, New York

HVCRC completed a Phase 1A Literature Review and Phase 1B Archaeological Field Reconnaissance Survey for the proposed Solar Panel Array in the Town of Minisink, Orange County, New York. The project examined a six acre parcel and included the documentation of the existing conditions within the property boundaries and documentation of significant changes to the landscape from the early 19th century to the present day. The project included archaeological field investigations, which did not identify buried cultural resources and which documented a lack of archaeological integrity within the project area.

Phase 1A Literature Search and Sensitivity Assessment & Phase 1B Archaeological Field Reconnaissance Survey

747 Broadway, Albany, New York

Phase 1A Literature Search and Sensitivity Assessment 747 Broadway, Albany, New York

Hudson Valley Cultural Resource Consultants completed a Phase 1A Literature Review and Phase 1B Archaeological Field Reconnaissance Survey for the proposed development at 747 Broadway, in the City of Albany, Albany County, New York. The project examined a 1.4 acre parcel located in an Urban setting. The project included the documentation of the existing conditions within the property boundaries and documentation of significant changes to the landscape from the early 19th century to the present day. The project included archaeological field investigations, which utilized mechanical equipment to identify the presence or absence of subsurface shaft features.

A final report was submitted for the project that included a detailed description of existing conditions within the project area, a review of the precontact sites located within close proximity of the property and an assessment of 19th century maps to identify the potential of encountering historic structures within or adjacent to the project area.

Phase 1B Archaeological Field Reconnaissance Survey

Solar City Array - Town of Moreau Site. Saratoga County, New York

Town of Lloyd, Ulster County New York

Phase 1B Archaeological Field Reconnaissance Survey

Hudson Valley Cultural Resource Consultants completed a Phase 1A Literature Review and Phase 1B Archaeological Field Reconnaissance Survey for the proposed Solar City Solar Panel Array in the Town of Moreau, Saratoga County, New York. The project examined a seven acre parcel located on the western bank of the Hudson River. The project included the documentation of the existing conditions within the property boundaries and documentation of significant changes to the landscape from the early 19th century to the present day. The project included archaeological field investigations, which did not identify buried cultural resources and which documented a lack of archaeological integrity within the project area.