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Centennial Archaeology LLC is a professional firm of archaeological and historical consultants specializing in cultural resource management for private and government clients, both domestically and internationally.
For 35 years , Centennial Archaeology has guided clients in both the private and public sectors in the identification and evaluation of archaeological and historical resources. Centennial assists clients around the globe in balancing the needs of their industries with the stewardship of cultural resources.
We have extensive experience in the management of cultural resource studies associated with pipeline construction, mining, energy exploration, renewable energy development, electrical generation and transmission, disaster recovery, and transportation projects in the western United States and throughout the world.
Be it large or small, domestic or international, Centennial applies cross-disciplinary measures in the service of clients seeking compliance with domestic and international laws to move their projects forward.
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Deep Roots Craftsmen
Since 2018 we have been completing rewarding projects all across the state of Colorado and teaming up with industry-mates across the country. Our founder, Jon Sargent, brings over a dozen years’ experience in project management, historic preservation, and timber framing and a Master’s in Historic Preservation. We’ve been a part of everything from community weekend projects to large-scale multi-month projects at National Historic Landmark sites. Everything from small renovations to ground-up commercial and residential. We try to approach every job with an open mind, knowing that a little creativity is sometimes all you need to overcome even the largest obstacles.
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Wattle & Daub Contractors
Wattle & Daub Contractors was founded in Torrington, Wyoming, in 1978. Our project management and construction activities are focused exclusively on historic building preservation, restoration and construction.
We work in collaboration with architects, engineers and conservators who represent the owners of the historic properties we rehabilitate. Our restoration projects are important public buildings such as state capitols, courthouses, museums, theatres, churches and schools.
Our specialty is public work that requires us to operate in occupied buildings, high security and other sensitive environments.
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Empire Carpentry specializes in ground-up construction, renovations, add-ons, and remodeling. We are the experts in residential, commercial and historical restorations in Colorado. Our quality workmanship has earned us a reputation as one of the region’s premier contractors.
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Historic Plaines Hotel
The Historic Plains Hotel, in the heart of Downtown Cheyenne, WY, is a charming 1911 National Historic Landmark Wyoming Hotel located next to Downtown Cheyenne’s Plaza, where tourists and locals enjoy entertainment by local Cheyenne area artists, shopping and art galleries – all with that alluring Western edge. Cheyenne, WY is at the crossroads of I-80 and I-25 with The Plains Hotel at the historical center of Downtown Cheyenne. This Cheyenne Hotel has played host to notable guests of the past and is designed with Western High Style decor.
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Tatanka Historical Associates, Inc.
Founded in 1992, Tatanka Historical Associates, Inc. provides research and documentation services for historical sites throughout Larimer County as well as throughout the country.
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Stanley Home Museum
Take a step back in time on a guided tour of the historic Stanley home in Estes Park, Colorado.
The Stanley Home at Rockside is an early 1900s Colonial Revival home in Estes Park, Colorado. Built in 1904, this roomy “cottage” was the private summer residence of F.O. and Flora Stanley until his death in 1940. Our mission is to interpret the lived experiences and enduring impact of Freelan and Flora Stanley by hosting interactive experiences at the Stanley Home Museum.
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Berthoud Historical Society
The Berthoud Historical Society (BHS) is an educational non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization dedicated to preserving and presenting the history of the town of Berthoud, the Little Thompson Valley area, Colorado and the surrounding region. We accomplish our mission by: maintaining the Little Thompson Valley Pioneer Museum and the McCarty-Fickel Home; preserving historic structures; collecting applicable archival material; publishing papers; collecting; conserving; exhibiting; and interpreting appropriate artifacts and reproductions; developing and presenting a variety of educational programs for schools and the general public; and placing local history into a regional, national, and international context.
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Loveland Historical Society
The Loveland Historical Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation administered by volunteer members of the community. We support historic education and preservation of Loveland and the Big Thompson Valley by sponsoring educational programs, serving as a focal point for the community’s historical interests and activities, and supporting special projects of the Loveland Museum/Gallery.
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Red Feather Historical Society
Our mission is to:
- preserve for the public benefit the history of the region – homesteading, ranching, logging, mining, water development and recreation – for the portion of Larimer Country that lies northwest of the intersection of Highways 14 and 287;
- preserve and encourage preservation of historical buildings, objects, sites and areas relating to the history of Red Feather and surrounding area; and
- promote an awareness of and respect for all that is historically significant about Red Feather and the surrounding area.
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Northern Colorado History
Since 2014, Meg has been exploring the stories that have shaped northern Colorado.
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