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Welcome to Tulsa

Located in northeastern Oklahoma, Tulsa is home base for much of our Oklahoma-based cultural resources team. The city is famous for its Art Deco aesthetic, and our office building is part of the Art Deco history of Tulsa: it’s located in the 320 S. Boston Ave Building. This building was constructed in 1917 and expanded in 1929 for the Exchange National Bank of Tulsa. It’s currently part of the Oil Capital Historic District and is just blocks away from historic Route 66.

Our Tulsa office location is ideal for access to adjacent states as well as access to the numerous Indigenous nations located in northeastern Oklahoma. Along with our team in Oklahoma City, we’ve worked in 76 of the 77 counties in the state, providing environmental and cultural resources services for transportation, energy, and other clients.

Whether it’s a scenic drive along historic Route 66, archeological mitigation of prehistoric sites, or cultural resource assessments and surveys for roadway projects and utility lines, we’re proud to help our clients understand the importance of both Oklahoma history and environment.

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