Minot, N.D. – Cameon Eisenzimmer, RPA, recently earned a Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation from the University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.
With this certification, Ms. Eisenzimmer has met the qualifications to serve as a principal investigator in the areas of Archaeology, Architectural Historian, and History throughout the United States. Her course work specialized in the categories of Preservation Law, Architectural History, Historic Preservation Planning, Field Methods in Historic Preservation, and Public History. Ackerman-Estvold has also secured a cultural resources permit to conduct investigations in Archaeology, Architectural History, and History, as a result of Ms Eisenzimmer’s new certification.
Ms. Eisenzimmer has been a team member at Ackerman-Estvold since 2013 and currently serves as Cultural Resource Manager / Registered Professional Archaeologist / GIS Analyst. Her roles include the oversight of the cultural resources group conducting cultural and environmental studies, and she also assists the GIS group in the development of systems. Ms. Eisenzimmer has a BA in Anthropology / Archaeology / Geoscience from Minnesota State University – Moorhead, MA in Anthropology / Biological Anthropology from Wichita State University, and AAS in Architectural Drafting and Estimating Technology from the North Dakota State College of Science.
Ackerman-Estvold is a professional engineering and architecture consulting firm with corporate headquarters in Minot, ND, and an additional office location in Williston, ND. The firm provides planning, design, and construction services for public and private clients throughout North Dakota and surrounding states. For more information about Ackerman-Estvold, or the services we provide visit us at www.ackerman-estvold.com.