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Julie Densmore, M.S., RPA

Ms. Densmore currently holds the role of Technical Director of Cultural Resources for Partner Engineering and Science, Inc. (Partner), reviewing and performing Phase I Environmental Site Assessments in accordance with EPA’s All Appropriate Inquiry (AAI). Ms. Densmore has six years of experience performing due diligence assessments for a variety of property types including multi-family residences, commercial office buildings, assisted living residences, hospitals, retail shopping centers, a railroad car repair center, gasoline fueling stations, auto repair facilities, distribution facilities, and airport refueling operations. Ms. Densmore has over ten years’ professional experience performing archaeological research, surveys, and assessment of sites in the southern United States.

Ms. Densmore is the Principle Investigator/Lead Archaeologist for cultural resource studies at Partner, and meets the Secretary of the Interior Qualifications for archaeological work. Ms. Densmore has performed archaeological surveys on undeveloped land sites at the request of the SHPO and HUD clients, and has experience in locating, collecting, identifying, assessing, and documenting archaeological sites in the southern United States.  Ms. Densmore has published several papers regarding her original research in archaeology.

Ms. Densmore has six years’ experience with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) assessments of large and small projects. In addition, Ms. Densmore performs archaeological surveys, restricted cultural records searches, SHPO consultations, and consultations with Federally recognized tribes for various clients who require these services to be compliant with the National Environmental Policy Act.


Registered Professional Archaeologist, 2014-present


M.S., Applied Geography/Environmental Archaeology, University of North Texas

B.A., Anthropology/Archaeology, minor in Geology, University of North Texas