BCRM, LLC is committed to providing our clients with personalized, efficient and effective service, and we have the professional skills and experience to achieve this objective. Our operations are centralized with the owner personally managing all projects. This structure will benefit you as our client because we are able to offer you superior services at a competitive cost.
David S.B. Butler, PhD, RPA
All projects are overseen by the president and owner Dr. David Butler who began Butler Cultural Resource Management, LLC in August, 2005.
Dr. Butler is a Registered Professional Archaeologist (ROPA Certified in 2001) with twelve years of professional archaeological experience in the State of Florida. He received his Ph.D. in 2007 from the University of South Florida and conducted his graduate level archaeological research for both his M.A. and Ph.D in the State of Florida. Dr. Butler has 12 years of professional experience as an archaeologist in the State of Florida, and has worked as a supervisor in the field of Cultural Resource Management for over a decade.
Dr. Butler has been involved in all phases of research in the Cultural Resource Management (CRM) industry including: Phase I, II, and III Archaeological Surveys, artifact analysis, report writing, research design, probability modeling, archaeological monitoring, and the documentation and description of Historic Structures. Likewise, prior to starting Earthmovers Archaeological Consultants, LLC he supervised archaeological field crews for a myriad of private consulting firms and served as an archaeological supervisor and field crew member. Dr. Butler has conducted Archaeological research throughout the state of Florida and our clients benefit directly from these qualifications and experiences because operations are centralized and managed directly by our owner.
His enthusiasm for the practice and perpetuation of archaeological research is further reflected in his academic and volunteer endeavors. Dr. Butler taught courses in Anthropology and Archaeology at the college level from 2001 - 2009. Currently he applies his Anthropological background toward the analysis of online cultural behavior as a Full-Time Professor in the Full Sail University Internet Marketing Masters of Science Program.
Currently, Dr Butler works as Principal Investigator at the Blueberry Site (8HG678) in Highlands County, Florida. This project is coordinated with the Kissimmee Valley Archaeological and Historical Concervancy.