DUKE CRM has completed or is working on the following projects. In addition,
Curt Duke, President has worked on several thousand cultural resource projects in California, Arizona, and Nevada.


Project: Skyridge Residential

Client: Standard Pacific Homes, Inc. and Keeton Kreitzer Consulting

Location: Mission Viejo, CA

DUKE CRM has been contracted to perform a Phase II test excavation program at two prehistoric archaeological sites: CA-ORA-507 & 641. The work includes background research, a research design/work plan, archaeological excavation, laboratory analysis, Native American consultation, and preparing a detailed technical report. The report will be reviewed by the City of Mission Viejo, Army Corps of Engineers, and SHPO.

Project: San Fernando Road Widening at Balboa Road

Client: City of Los Angeles and GPA Environmental, Inc.

Location: San Fernando Valley

DUKE CRM is providing cultural and paleontological resource services. The work included the preparation of a Caltrans format Archaeological Survey Report, Native American consultation, Historic Property Survey Report, APE Map, and a Paleontological Identification Report.

Project: AT&T On-Call Cultural Resources Support

Client: AT&T Mobility and EAS

Location: Greater Southern California

DUKE CRM is providing cultural resources services on an on-call basis for AT&T Mobility’s 4G LTE system upgrade. Work includes records searches, field surveys, preparing reports, and SHPO consultation.

Project: Mobilitie On-Call Cultural Resources Support

Client: Mobilitie, LLC and EAS

Location: Greater Southern California

DUKE CRM is providing cultural resources services on an on-call basis for Mobilitie, LLC. Work includes records searches, field surveys, preparing reports, and SHPO consultation.

Project: California Avenue Improvements Project

Client: City of Long Beach and Galvin Preservation Associates, Inc.

Location: City of Long Beach

DUKE CRM provided cultural resource services. The work included a records search, field survey, Native American consultation, and the preparation of a Caltrans format Archaeological Survey Report. The results of the assessment were negative, meaning that no archaeological resources were identified and there were no delays to the project.

Project: Palomar Mountain Fuels Modification

Client: Palomar Mountain Fire Safe Council

Location: Palomar Mountain, San Diego County

Under contract to the Palomar Mountain Fire Safe Council, DUKE CRM conducted a Phase I archaeological survey of 11.5 acres. The survey report was completed quickly and was accepted by the Palomar Mountain Fire Safe Council and the BLM without any comments.

Project: On-Call Cultural Resources Support

Client: Motorola, Inc. and Aspectus

Location: Greater Southern California

DUKE CRM is providing cultural resources services on an on-call basis for Mobilitie, LLC for proposed facilities in Brown County, Wisconsin. Work includes on-line research or “desk-top review” followed by preparation of a letter report.