The Archaeological and Historical Conservancy, Inc. (AHC)
is a Florida not-for-profit organization dedicated to the investigation and preservation of archaeological and historical sites across Florida and the Bahamas.
In 1985, AHC began its first project with excavations at the Cutler Fossil site in Miami-Dade County, and subsequently has documented over 1000 sites throughout Florida. Projects have included investigations at the Miami Circle, Ten Thousand Islands, the Ortona Canals, Fort Pierce, Okeechobee Battlefield and Fort Van Swearingen. To our expertise on prehistoric Florida and Seminole War sites we have added investigations in the Bahamas as a key element in our research program.
The Archaeological and Historical Conservancy conducts archaeological and historical assessments, surveys, investigations, excavations, and monitoring. These services are provided for public agencies, developers, businesses, and museums. The Conservancy also provides site management plans, tours of sites, and exhibit design and development.
AHC is a General Services Administration contract holder. To see our catalog
search for our contract number
under services, and click on
View Contractor Information.
These are some of our recent and current projects. Learn more about them on
- One Miami
- Royal Palm Hotel
- Okeechobee Battlefield
- Ortona Canal
- Miami Circle
- Long Key Exhibits
We are a team of experts with over 30 years of experience.
We are thoroughly familiar with the lay of the land in
Florida and the islands of the Bahamas. We are experts on cultural
resource preservation compliance with reviewing agencies.
Our professional associations include experts in state-of-the-art
technologies supporting geoarchaeology. In Florida we team with
Mnemotrix Systems, Inc. for GPR Survey technology and
3D visualizations of field studies.
Contact our staff
and get involved with Florida archaeology!