Paul L. Jones is a Principal and the Eastern Practice Leader for Cardno’s Cultural Resources Group, and has over 25 years of cultural resource management experience in the continental United States, US Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands. He has experience involving Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), NEPA, and 33 CFR Part 325, while interacting with Federal Highway Administration, Department of Defense, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, directly for the agencies and for applicants. Mr. Jones has led cultural resource projects relating to energy, environmental restoration, pipelines, and highways, and has worked with large private landholders, public parks, and state-owned lands. As an archaeologist, Mr. Jones specializes in the prehistory of the southeastern United States, with experience ranging from inventory surveys, construction monitoring projects, and large-scale data recovery projects.
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