FLMA possesses extensive familiarity with state, federal, local and international regulatory standards and requirements.  We conduct research and mitigation and prepare environmental assessment documents in compliance with:
  • National Historic Preservation Act
  • National Environmental Policy Act
  • Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act
  • Texas Antiquities Code
  • Section 6E, Hawaii Revised Statutes
FLMA’s principals possess formal training and advanced university-based education in all aspects of cultural resources management and meet or exceed the Secretary of the Interior’s qualifications standards, the standards outlined by the Register of Professional Archaeologists (ROPA), and the standards mandated by the historic preservation divisions of Texas and Hawai’i. FLMA has also been trained in traditional Indigenous and African-American spiritual practices and principles, including burial protocols.

View a brief statement of qualifications (PDF).