The Vermont Division for Historic Preservation maintains lists of Archaeology and Historic Preservation consultants who have met the Secretary of the Interior's Standards and Guidelines (36 CFR Part 61). The qualifications define minimum education and experience required to perform identification, evaluation, registration, and treatment activities in Vermont. The consultants attend annual training.
This is not a listing of all individuals or firms qualified as professionals in the disciplines outlined in the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for professional qualifications and does not constitute an endorsement of any listed individual or consulting firm by the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation.
Interested in being listed as an Archaeology and Historic Preservation Consultant?
Consultant training is offered in the spring. Watch this space for updates coming soon.
Vermont Community Development Approved Consultants List
The Vermont Division for Historic Preservation in collaboration with the Vermont Community Development Program maintains lists of Approved Archaeology and Historic Preservation consultants. Approved consultants meet the federal professional qualification requirements for one or more of the seven fields identified in the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards (36 CFR Part 61) and have been accepted to conduct Section 106 compliance reviews for projects using funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as part of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program.
To qualify for the Approved Consultant List, a consultant must meet the Professional Qualifications (36 CFR Part 61) and have five or more years of professional experience related to the rehabilitation of residential buildings and experience with the CDBG program and Section 106 review for HUD. The list is updated annually with a Request for Qualifications, review of resumes and writing samples, and interview if appropriate. Attendance at the annual Consultant Training and Community Development Program Training is mandatory.