Brian Williams, M.M.A., RPA

Office: Kearny Mesa, California

P: 760-212-6499


  • 2007, M.A., Maritime Archaeology/Flinders University, Australia
  • 2005, B.A., Anthropology/University of San Diego


Mr. Williams has over 13 years of experience in the field of cultural resources management. Mr. Williams received his B.A. in Anthropology from the University of San Diego, and his M.A. in Maritime Archaeology from Flinders University, Australia. His field experience includes projects in Italy, Australia, the Hawaiian Islands, as well as survey, monitoring, records searches, excavation, and technical reporting on projects in California. Mr. Williams has taught a university course in Gender and Anthropology at the University of San Diego, and his primary research focus involves understanding social identity and its constructions through archaeology. Mr. Williams is currently managing ASM’s work under an on-call contract for archaeological services to San Diego Gas & Electric, SoCalGas, and Southern California Edison.  He is also serving as ASM’s Project Manager for survey, testing, and monitoring services for construction of renewable energy projects in San Diego, Imperial, Orange and Riverside counties. Mr. Williams exceeds the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards for Archaeology.