PaleoWest Archaeology Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
Revenue & Financials
- PaleoWest Archaeology's revenue is currently $13.3M per year.
- PaleoWest Archaeology's revenue per employee is $180000
- PaleoWest Archaeology has 74 Employees.
- PaleoWest Archaeology grew their employee count by 21% last year.
- PaleoWest Archaeology currently has 2 job openings.
What Is PaleoWest Archaeology?
PaleoWest Archaeology is a solution-oriented firm of archaeologists and cultural resource management professionals with offices in Phoenix, Southern California, Denver, Austin, New York City, New Mexico, Utah, and the San Francisco Bay Area. PaleoWest is dedicated to cultural resource consulting on behalf of clients who need their projects guided through the regulatory challenges posed by prehistoric, historic, ethnographic, and paleontologic resources. Founded in 2006, PaleoWest has grown to have a nationwide team of cultural resource professionals and has carried out over 1,000 archaeological projects from coast to coast and internationally. Our clientele includes a range of state and federal agencies, tribes, and private-sector clients. We have earned the trust of government agencies, such as the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, and U.S. Forest Service. PaleoWest's proficiency at supporting the needs of energy development, water and land development, mining and exploration, and related industries has led to strong working relationships with a wide variety of firms in the private sector.keywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Montgomery & As...||$13.4M||72||13%|
|Zero Mass Water||$11.8M||74||17%||$10.5M|
|Premier Solar S...||$6.5M||33||6%|
|Elite Solar Con...||$8.4M||40||25%|
|Center for Biol...||$28.8M||144||5%|
|Global Solar En...||$21.6M||119||16%|
PaleoWest Archaeology News
The Tribal Preservation Office will work with PaleoWest Archaeology and a grant from the Colorado Historical Society. “The cliff dwellings don't
However, Julie Duggins, office principal of PaleoWest Archaeology in Tallahassee, told the City Hall crowd the wooden watercraft may have