Rincon Announces New Principal Archaeologist
We are pleased to announce Andrew Pulcheon, RPA, AICP, CEP, as Rincon’s new Principal Archaeologist! Andrew brings over 27 years of research, field, laboratory, and project management experience, and we are excited to have him join our Cultural Resources service line.
Andrew Pulcheon, RPA, AICP, CEP
“While Andy’s passion for working with cultural resources was evident in his depth of experience, it was his passion for mentoring staff and developing a team that solidified a place for him at Rincon. We are excited to have Andy’s enthusiasm for advancing our cultural resources practice, his support in growing our team and their capabilities.”
— Lacrissa Davis, CFO and Vice President
Andrew will be supporting and leading the continued growth, responsiveness, and technical excellence of Rincon’s Northern California Cultural Resources Group through mentorship, goal-driven market expansion, and quality assurance. His experience includes project coordination and field direction; public/private sector and Native American consultation; field, archival, and laboratory research on projects throughout central and northern California; Section 106 and CEQA historical resource evaluations; NEPA analysis; CEQA document preparation; development of treatment and management plans; and museum curation and collections management. He has 20 years of experience in cultural resources impact assessment and mitigation development, including the preparation of Initial Study and Environmental Impact Report sections for public and private sector clients in urban and rural settings. Andrew values Rincon’s reputation for client-driven quality and supportive company culture, so we are delighted to have him on our team.
“I’m very much encouraged by the professional reputation and capabilities of the Rincon staff. The technical excellence and cross-disciplinary environment were key factors in attracting me to the firm, and I cherish the opportunity to contribute to its success.”
– Andrew Pulcheon