Beyer Blinder Belle
NYC Dept. of Design & Construction
NYC Dept. of Parks & Recreation
UA Construction Corporation
Woodard and Curran
156 Rivington Street
Christopher Street Burial Vaults
City Hall Rehabilitation
Cranbury, NJ Wetland Mitigation Bank
Fulton Street Redevelopment
Gowanus Canal Study
Jackson, NJ Wetland Mitigation
Lott House Landscape Project
Mantua Trestle Replacement
Peck Slip Reconstruction
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
Chrysalis is a client focused, full-service DBE/WBE certified CRM firm.
The people we work with and continue to work with
Chrysalis worked with Beyer, Blinder, Belle on the New York City Hall Rehabilitation Project
Chrysalis has teamed with GreenVest to provide cultural resource assessments and testing for several wetland mitigation projects.
Chrysalis is currently teaming with HAKS to ensure the redevelopment of Fulton Street is prepared for the future, while preserving the past.
Chrysalis has worked with NYC-DDC on several projects and public outreach programs in their effort to rebuild the infrastructure of New York City.
Chrysalis has worked with NYC-Parks on several projects in their efforts to continue to grow, develop and preserve NYC's open green spaces
Chrysalis has teamed with Schiavone to participate in the rehabilition of The High Bridge.
Chrysalis has teamed with Tectonic for the reconstruction of Peck Slip, located within the Historic District of the South Street Seaport area.
Chryaslis has teamed with UA on several NYC-Parks projects, inlucing work in the Bronx and Queens.
Chrysalis worked as part of the team redeveloping Mt. Vernon's Memorial Field.
We can assist you in navigating through Federal Government regulations. We are an officially approved government contractor
Chrysalis conducted a IA Cultural Resources Assessment at this Lower East Side Property
Recovery of burial vaults located beneath a private residence in Manhattan
Discovering NYC's 18th and 19th century within City Hall Park as part of the larger City Hall Rehabilitation Project
Chrysalis provided Phase I archaeological services for this wetland mitigation bank site.
Archaeological discoveries along New York City's Fulton Street
Chrysalis developed an archaeological assessment of this Brooklyn industrial area as part of the Gowanus Canal historic district expansion proposal.
Chrysalis conducted a full Phase I Cultural Resource (archaeological and architectural) study meeting the requirements of the NJSHPO.
Chrysalis is providing archaeological services for this 18th century farmhouse in Brooklyn, NY.
Chrysalis conducted a structure survey of this historic railroad bridge prior to replacement.
Recovering 19th century infrastructure while rebuilding the South Street Seaport
Chrysalis monitored the excavation for a new geothermal system in Kings Point, NY.
Chrysalis is qualified to provide your project with a full range of cultural resource services.
Chrysalis offers a full range of archaeological services, including all phases of regulatory required work: assessment, survey, excavation and forensic services
The initial steps of the cultural resource management (CRM) process
The second phase of the CRM process, following the initial survey and assessment is Phase IB Field Testing
Mostly undertaken within urban environments as part of the Phase IB process
On-call forensic staff allows us to handle all situations in a timely, discrete and expeditious manner
Working with our partners, we provide all federal/state required architectural survey services including HABS/HAER
In order to have a well-sustained future we need to have a well understood past. Chrysalis provides clients of all types with a range of historic research services.
Chrysalis can address documentary research needs for all types of projects.
We love what we do and love to share our work with the public. Chrysalis can help you to develop public outreach and public relations opportunities to promote your work.
Developing school-oriented materials may satisfy mitigation requirements while providing innovative learning opportunities for children.
Creating exhibition materials may be part of your project's mitigation requirements
Chrysalis facilitates and coordinates the regulatory process with all agencies, so you can focus on the project.