Ted Roberts, Senior Cultural Resources Project Manager in SWCA’s Flagstaff office, recently worked with SWCA’s graphic designers and cultural resource experts to create this quick reference typology poster detailing projectile points in Arizona.
Since 2015, SWCA has provided various natural and cultural resource services for the City of Houston Northeast Water Purification Plant (NEWPP) Expansion Project. The project, partially funded by the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB), will increase the raw water capacity for the City of Houston by 320 million gallons per day.
Suzanne Eskenazi, an archaeologist and principal investigator in SWCA’s Salt Lake City office, co-edited the new anthology, With Grit and Determination: A Century of Change for Women in Great Basin and American Archaeology, soon to be published by the University of Utah Press. Suzy co-edited the volume and co-wrote the introduction with Nicole M. Herzog, a professor of archaeology and behavioral ecology at the University of Denver.