201 W. Wilson St, P.O. Box 1198, Tarboro, NC 27886
Carolina Research (CCR) is a private consulting firm specializing in
cultural resource management, archaeological research, architectural
history, and preservation planning. CCR, a wholly owned subsidiary of
Commonwealth Cultural Resources Group (CCRG), Inc. is located in the
historic town of Tarboro, North Carolina. Our expertise and convenient
location with respect to major highways and interstates has allowed us
provide professional services to the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions
for more than 23 years. CCR's personnel have extensive experience in
historic archival research, cultural resources records checks and
reconnaissance, archaeological and architectural survey and evaluation,
data recovery excavation, artifact analysis, report preparation, Section
106 coordination, preparation of National Register of Historic Places
nominations, and development of Historic Preservation Plans.
maintains an excellent reputation for on-time delivery of professional
research results. Staff members are highly qualified in their fields of
study and meet the Secretary of the Interior's Professional
Qualifications Standards. Affiliated staff in the offices of CCRG provide additional support as well as expertise in the Midwestern and Central US regions.
• In April 2013 staff members, Lindsay Flood, M.A., and Amanda Keeny, from the CCR office completed AMDA'sAdvanced Metal Detecting Course in Pine Mountain, Georgia. The course was established and designed to provide best practice guidelines when applying metal detecting in archaeological research. The course was offered as part of RPA's Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Program. Chris Espenshade M.A., RPA., Regional Director of CCRG's Michigan Office, is a founder and board member of AMDA.
• In February 2013 Susan Bamann Ph.D., RPA was the guest speaker at WTS's ( Advancing Women in Transportation) NC Triangle Chapter Transportation You luncheon. Transportation YOU is a hands-on, interactive, mentoring program that offers young girls ages 13-18 an introduction to a wide variety of transportation careers.
• CCR's Architectural Historian Jeroen van den Hurk was an invited speaker at the 35th Annual New Netherland Seminar in Rotterdam Junction NY., presenting the paper "Buildings on Paper: Our Current knowledge and Understanding of New Netherlandic Architecture."
•June Spotlight : Brick:Brick was a more expensive and labor-intensive building material than frame or log during the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
• Clients and the general public may wish to view our monthly "Spotlight" on Historic Architecture and Archaeology. This feature provides insights or links to issues or projects reflecting CCR's work in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions
• CCR is pleased to announce our new office location adjacent to Tarboro's historic Town Common:
201 W. Wilson St.P.O. Box 1198Tarboro, NC 27886(252)641-1444(252)641-1235 fax
ensures nondiscrimination in all programs and activities in accordance
with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. If you need more
information or special assistance for persons with disabilities or
limited English proficiency, contact CCR at (252) 641 1444. The hearing
impaired may call (800) 735 2962 - Telecom Relay Service and give them