Alpine Updates

Welcome to Rich and Sam

We are excited to announce the addition of two new staff members! Rich Boston comes to us out of Federal retirement, after a career in CRM and multiple federal agencies across the US.  We are looking forward to tapping into his many skill sets! Sam Fresher served as a seasonal archaeologist for us during the

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Jesse Clark joins the team

Jesse Clark joins the Alpine Team as our new Senior GIS Specialist.  Jesse comes to us with 13 years of archaeological and GIS experience.  We are excited to fully populate our Data Service Department GIS Team and look forward to continuing to improve our systems.

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Alpine as a part of the Emmy’s?

We are very excited to announce that a video we were a part of was nominated for an Emmy Award through the Heartland Chapter of the The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.  Congratulations to the Grit&Thistle Film Company for their film Durango 550: Path of the Ancestral Puebloans. Through our partnership with the

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Alpine Welcomes Andrew Milam

We are excited to welcome Andrew to the team.  He joins us from Austin, Texas.  Andrew is a Project Archaeologist with eight years of experience across Colorado, California, North Dakota, Nevada, Texas, and Oklahoma.

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Curation Delivery

Alpine conducted data recovery at seven sites near Durango for the Colorado Department of Transportation’s US 550/160 Connection South Project in La Plata County, Colorado. From the recovery, over 200,000 cultural materials were collected, analyzed, reported on, and curated using modern day standards. The artifacts contribute to understanding the critical Pueblo I period in the

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Durango 550 – Path of the Ancestral Puebloans on Rocky Mountain PBS

A video featuring CDOT mitigation efforts for the US550/160 Interchange Project initially aired on Rocky Mountain PBS in early 2023. We are excited to have been a part of this project and the multiple outcomes of the project.  This video highlights not only the archaeological discoveries, but also discusses our unique tribal outreach efforts to

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Alpine’s CDOT 550 Project in the news

Alpine’s work on the US550/160 Connection Project featured in the New York Times as an illustration of the impacts of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act on jobs.  Click here for the article.  

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