Established in 1984, Tucson was SWCA’s first office outside of Flagstaff. The office is located in the historic Brannen House within the El Presidio Historic District, one of the nation's oldest inhabited sites.
Our Tucson office specializes in plant surveys, bat surveys, tribal consultation, ethnohistory, NAGPRA, cultural resources, archaeology, and public interpretation; plus wildlife corridor studies and Airport Wildlife Hazard Assessments.
Don Kelly | Senior Director, Southern Arizona
What's Happening In Tucson
The Wire, Volume 17, No. 1
Following Their Footsteps: Routine Archaeological Investigations Reveal Glimpses of Ancient Lifeways
SWCA was hired to conduct routine archaeological investigations for a bridge project near Tucson. However, we learned that nothing about this investigation would be routine.
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