SINCE 1986

LETTER FROM
THE PRESIDENT

In 1986, Brockington and Associates was founded on the need for a truly client-focused cultural resource management firm. By making consulting and client service the core of Brockington’s mission, we were able to serve clients’ needs better, and we were able to help clients understand the power of stewardship of cultural resources.

 

I’m proud of Brockington’s tradition of leadership within the cultural resource management industry. I’m proud of our many, many (now more than 6,000!) archaeology and history projects, and of the important research we’ve done. I’m proud of our long tradition of innovation in education and public outreach: I believe the work we do through HW Exhibits fulfills the promise of Section 106 by sharing our knowledge about cultural resources with the public.

 

I’m also proud to be the second generation of ownership of a family business. But, at Brockington, being a family business means more than just who owns the company. Many of us have worked together our entire careers, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

Sally Brockington

Sally Brockington
CEO/President
Brockington and Associates

Early Brockington office, 1991
Early Brockington office, 1991
Company founder Paul Brockington examining artifacts, 1976
Company founder Paul Brockington examining artifacts, 1976

WHO WE ARE

OUR LEADERSHIP TEAM

Sally Brockington, President
SALLY BROCKINGTON
President
Scott Butler, Vice President, Atlanta Branch Chief, Logistics Director
SCOTT BUTLER
Vice President
Atlanta Branch Chief, Logistics Director
Ralph Bailey, Vice President, Charleston Branch Chief, Safety Director
RALPH BAILEY
Vice President
Charleston Branch Chief, Safety Director
Carol Poplin, Vice President, HW Exhibits Director, Public Outreach Director
CAROL POPLIN
Vice President
HW Exhibits Director, Public Outreach Director
Eric Poplin, Vice President, Lab Director
ERIC POPLIN
Vice President
Lab Director
Alex Sweeney, Vice President, Savannah Branch Chief
ALEX SWEENEY
Vice President
Savannah Branch Chief
Patricia Stallings, Vice President, History Director
PATRICIA STALLINGS
Vice President
History Director
Regina Simma, Controller
REGINA SIMMA
Controller

HEALTH AND SAFETY

OUR COMMITMENT TO SAFETY

One of the biggest reasons we’re leaders in cultural resource management is that we put the health and safety of our employees first.

We stay at the forefront on industry issues related to the well-being of everyone in our field through our comprehensive, practical and accessible safety program. Our program is easily adaptable to specific project and client needs.

 

Our Job Safety Analysis (JSA) process, daily tailgate meetings, and near-miss reporting guidelines allow everyone to provide input before, during, and after projects. Our safety officers meet regularly to revise and reinforce our safety program for continual process improvement.

For more information, contact Corporate Safety Officer Ralph Bailey.

OFFICE LOCATIONS

Atlanta

Atlanta

4000 DeKalb Technology Parkway, Suite 400
Atlanta, Georgia 30340
770-662-5807 tel
770-662-5824 fax

Charleston

Charleston

498 Wando Park Boulevard, Suite 700
Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
843-881-3128 tel
843-849-1776 fax

Savannah

Savannah

31 Park of Commerce Way, Suite 200A
Savannah, Georgia 31405
912-233-2550 tel
912-233-2551 fax

 CONSULTANTS FIRST

MARKETS WE SERVE

Brockington helps many types of clients navigate projects involving cultural resources. We see ourselves as consultants first: our mission is to apply our knowledge to serve our clients’ needs. Our depth and breadth of experience allows us to jump into complex projects involving multiple stakeholders. Our size and logistics capacity helps us mobilize rapidly on expedited projects. We work regularly with both private industry and government agencies – Federal, state, and local.

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GOVERNMENT

Federal - Defense
Federal - Civilian
State
Local
Public-Private Partnerships

Transportation

TRANSPORTATION

Highways
Bridges

Railroads
Public Transportation

Airports

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ENERGY

Utilities
Transmission Lines
Solar and Renewable Energy
Natural Gas
Pipelines

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LAND USE AND CONSULTING

Development
Forestry
Mining
Architecture / Engineering
Corporate and Legal

CONTRACTING AND TEAMING

Cultural resource management is often part of a larger project team. We regularly work on teams, both as prime contractors and as subcontractors. If you are interested in teaming with Brockington, contact Michael Walsh or call 843-881-3128 x1008.

Learn more about Contracting and Teaming with Brockington.
 
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Certifications:

  • 8(a) Business Development Program Certified
  • Economically Disadvantaged Woman Owned Small Business Certified (EDWOSB)
  • Woman Owned Small Business Certified (WOSB)
  • Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Certified (DBE) in a number of states
  • Multiple local specialized certifications

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND ASSOCIATIONS

ACRA, American Cultural Resources Association
Southeastern Museums Conference
Society of American Military Engineers
Georgia Association of Museums
South Carolina Federation of Museums
North Carolina Museums Council
Georgia Council of Professional Archaeologists
Georgia Council of Professional Archaeologists
The Council of South Carolina Professional Archaeologists
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