ECORP is a leader in Cultural Resources Management. A component of ECORP’s long-standing commitment to excellence in Cultural Resources and Tribal Cultural Resources issues involves assisting lead agencies and Tribal nations with consultation processes under Section 106, Assembly Bill 52, Assembly Bill 168, Senate Bill 18, and other federal and state consultation protocols. Our commitment to legal and ethical consultation, coupled with thorough knowledge of Cultural Resources law and recent changes to Cultural Resources legislation, positions ECORP as the best option for consulting support and staff augmentation services.
ECORP currently provides staff augmentation support to lead agencies throughout the State of California. Examples of support include serving as liaison between agencies and California Native American communities, management of administrative records and consultation processes, assisting in the development of language for legal policies, and the development of protocols for the management of Cultural Resources within agency jurisdiction. ECORP provides Cultural Resources experts and the staff support to bring efficiency and transparency to your organization. With decades of experience working among agencies and stakeholders, ECORP will help you navigate the legal landscape and achieve consensus among stakeholders and other interested parties.