With the opening of a new satellite office in Providence, R.I, headed by Raymond D. Pasquariello, Chrysalis Archaeological Consultants is pleased to mark the start of its further expansion into the Northeast.
Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) September 09, 2013
With the opening of a new satellite office in Providence, R.I, headed by Raymond D. Pasquariello, Chrysalis Archaeological Consultants is pleased to mark the start of its further expansion into the Northeast. To date, the company has consulted on projects as diverse as the renovation of Pelham Bay's Barstow-Pell Mansion, the rehabilitation of New York's City Hall and the upcoming replacement of the Hudson River's 16,013-foot-long Tappan Zee Bridge, along with wetland mitigation sites throughout New Jersey
Results have been impressive. At a recent South Street Seaport infrastructure excavation, archaeologists uncovered a large number of British buttons dating back to the days of the Revolutionary War as well as wooden water mains dating to the early 19th century. Other artifacts discovered during the Fulton Street redevelopment include table settings, residential wells and the ruins of an old print shop.
Brooklyn-based Chrysalis, a certified specialist in archaeological and cultural resource services, welcomes the opportunity to tackle new assignments. Presently, the company is working with Schiavone Construction on the renovation of the East River's High Bridge span. It is also lending its resources to the preservation of the historic John Bowne House in Queens, N.Y., where professionals have already uncovered an ancient laundry room cistern containing artifacts left by nine generations of the Bowne family over more than 250 years.
Chrysalis Archaeology’s new expansion into Providence, R.I., with the help of its partners, will provide its team with even greater opportunities to contribute to a vitally informative glimpse into the past through historic architectural services that include underwater and geo-archaeology.
About Chrysalis Archaeological Consultants:
Since its founding in 2001, DBE/WBE-certified Chrysalis has taken pride in its ability to guide any archaeological or architectural project through the maze of mandatory local, state and federal regulatory requirements to which any such venture must adhere. Chrysalis' staff includes experienced investigators and archaeologists, and its client list ranges from corporations and smaller businesses to private homeowners and non-profits throughout the New England and mid-Atlantic regions.
For more information about Chrysalis, visit their website here: http://chrysalisarchaeology.com/