Brockington and Associates awarded major US Army Corps of Engineers contract

Firm will provide Cultural Resource Services for Jacksonville District

NORCROSS, Ga., August 18, 2010–Cultural resources consulting firm Brockington and Associates has been awarded a major Cultural Resource Services contract by the Jacksonville District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract was put into place August 6. The contract may be extended by up to four years.

“We are excited about this contract award, and we look forward to being assigned projects by the Jacksonville District,” said Paul Brockington, president of Brockington and Associates. “The Jacksonville District is responsible for a number of significant undertakings, including the Everglades Restoration Project. We plan to serve as trusted advisors and consultants to the District as they seek to fulfill their cultural resources needs.”

The potential area of work for the IDIQ contract encompasses the boundaries of the Jacksonville District, including Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Tasks may include the following:
–    Background/archival investigation
–   Cultural resources survey
–   Assessment and documentation of architectural and engineering structures
–    Archaeological site testing
–    National Register of Historic Places eligibility assessments
–    Archaeological data recovery
–    Conservation of objects
–    Construction monitoring.

Jeff Gardner of Brockington’s Jacksonville, Fla. office will be program manager over the Jacksonville IDIQ work.

Atlanta-based Brockington and Associates is a client-centered cultural resources consulting firm. As leaders in archaeology and history, the firm implements best practices in field, laboratory, and educational work. Brockington’s consultants identify archaeological sites, historic buildings and other cultural properties, evaluate their significance, and develop effective preservation or mitigation plans. For more information, visit

Contact: Maggie Large
Communications Director
Brockington and Associates


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