CHRS was a sponsor of the 2017 Preservation Pennsylvania/Statewide Conference on Heritage that took place Wednesday, June 14 through Friday, June 16. Corey Hovanec from CHRS is shown with one of our pop-up posters from the conference.
To an archaeologist, every object tells a story. Some are more interesting than others. Some are more complete than others. Some are easily told, while others take a lot of “digging.” On Saturday, October 15, 2016, Dr. Kenneth Basalik “dug” … Continue reading
Dr. Basalik was an invited speaker for the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission’s Annual Workshops in Archaeology, held on November 14, 2015 at the Pennsylvania State Museum in Harrisburg. The workshop’s theme was Weed Seeds to Garden Seeds: The Archaeology … Continue reading
On October 10, 2015, Ken Basalik was a presenter at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. Dr. Basalik’s paper, “From Baby Food to the North Pole and Beyond: A Brief Look at Early 20th-Century Infant Food Products” was part of … Continue reading
CHRS, Inc. is pleased to announce we have received the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia’s 2015 Grand Jury Award as a member of Marianna Thomas, Architects’ team for the preparation of the Master Plan for the Sustainable Future of Washington … Continue reading
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Kenneth. J. Basalik, Ph.D., President of CHRS, presented a poster entitled, “Once and Done: Single Product Mitigation for Projects with Multiple Cultural Resources” at the Transportation Research Board’s 94th Annual Meeting. The meeting was held January 11-15, 2015 in Washington, … Continue reading
On January 30, Brian Bingaman and a photographer from the Lansdale Reporter visited an active archaeological dig to “job shadow” the CHRS, Inc. archaeology crew. Mr. Bingaman had initially been scheduled to visit our Lansdale office to learn about artifact … Continue reading
At the Transportation Research Board’s annual meeting in Washington DC on January 14, 2014, Ken Basalik was a presenter at a poster session sponsored by the ADC50 subcommittee. Entitled “Confining Archaeological Mitigation to the APE: Addressing Research Questions Now and … Continue reading