NICHOLAS J. SMITH, M.S. Technical Staff

Associate Archaeologist
University of Washington – B.A. – Anthropology, 1993
Central Washington University – M.S. – Cultural Resource Management, 2003


Nicholas Smith graduated in 1993 from the University of Washington with a B.A. in Anthropology, and in 2003, he earned his M.S. in Cultural Resource Management from Central Washington University. Mr. Smith has more than 15 years of professional experience conducting all matters of archaeological survey, testing, data recovery, and construction monitoring projects. He has experience in project development and coordination, budget and scope of work preparation, report writing, DAHP, and client consultation. He has specialized experience in lithic analysis, faunal remains analysis, and using field hardware such as Trimble GPS and Electronic Total Station, as well, as ArcGIS, ArcPad, Terrasync, and Pathfinder Office software programs.