- Beaver Creek Archaeology provides a wide range of cultural resource services to private and public businesses throughout the Great Plains:
- Cultural resource inventories, including Class I, II, and III investigations and mitigation
- GIS analysis
- Historic and architectural investigations
- Artifact storage/preservation
Beaver Creek Archaeology is a North Dakota based corporation focused on providing clients with individualized project design, a timely response, and cost effectiveness on all projects.
The company was established in 2004 by archaeology and GIS specialists Wade Burns, M.S., and Christina Burns, M.S., who recognized the need for timely and cost-effective cultural resource services. Understanding clients' short deadlines and expiring leases, Beaver Creek Archaeology provides high-quality services with a fast turnaround for projects large and small.
Wade Burns has several years’ experience managing archaeological projects that range in size from one-acre surveys to multi-year mitigations. He also has several years of experience in GIS analysis, receiving GISc certification from the University of North Dakota. In addition, Burns has achieved certification in subsurface geophysical survey from the National Park Service, using a range of sensing technologies, such as Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR).
Senior Archaeologist Christina Burns brings several years of experience in Great Plains archaeology, managing large and small projects. She received GISc certification from the University of North Dakota and is working toward certification in GIS predictive modeling.
Beaver Creek Archaeology employs a team of experienced archaeologists and historians with extensive backgrounds in historic and prehistoric archaeology of the Great Plains. The company is also part of an extensive network of qualified professionals, assuring that project regulation requirements are fulfilled in a cost effective and timely manner.