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Parametrix Adds Cultural Resources Staff in Boise

11.08.22

Boise, ID – Three cultural resources specialists have joined Parametrix’s Boise office, which includes 25 staff providing transportation planning and design, survey, environmental, and general engineering services.

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Jillian Martin joins Parametrix as a Senior Cultural Resources Specialist with 18 years of experience conducting archaeological and built resource investigations throughout Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.

She is experienced in the administration and management of cultural resources projects, which includes compilation of cultural resource reports according to Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966. Her experience also includes Section 4(f) of the Department of Transportation Act of 1966 evaluations, precontact and historic site excavations, artifact recordation and preservation, geographic information systems mapping, supervision of intensive and reconnaissance pedestrian field surveys, and archaeological construction monitoring in culturally sensitive areas.

Martin has worked with a variety of clients including the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD), local highway districts, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), private wind energy developers, and private construction companies

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Niki Nickoloff joins Parametrix as a Senior Cultural Resources Specialist with 15 years of experience supervising and conducting field surveys for cultural resource investigations throughout Idaho and Oregon, prehistoric and historic site excavation, and site recordation.

Her experience also includes management of cultural resource projects, and background/pre-field research with several agencies including the Idaho and Oregon State Historic Preservation Offices as well as county offices. 

Nickoloff has worked with clients such as ITD, local highway districts, FAA, private wind energy developers, and private construction companies.

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Scott May joins Parametrix as a Cultural Resources Specialist with six years of experience conducting field surveys for cultural resource investigations throughout Idaho and Washington, prehistoric and historic site excavation, and site recordation. 

His experience also includes management of cultural resource projects, artifact curation and database management, background/pre-field research with several agencies including the Idaho State Historic Preservation Office and county offices.

May has worked with clients including ITD, local highway districts, FAA, private wind energy developers, and private construction companies.

At Parametrix, the Boise cultural resources team will support projects with the Idaho Transportation Department, Ada County Highway District, cities, counties, and other local clients.

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