Mr. McLeod, RPA, is a Cultural Resources Specialists/Archaeologist currently operating from Fenstermaker’s Houston office. He has a master’s degree in Anthropology as well as 12 years of professional archaeological experience. Much of this experience has been in an interdisciplinary environment, working closely with biologists, geologists, environmental scientists, GIS specialists, and engineers on a regular basis. Mr. McLeod has worked on over 200 projects conducted across the states of Texas, Oklahoma, Wyoming, Kansas, New Mexico, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. He has over 8 years of supervisory experience, serving in such capacities as Principal Investigator, Field Director, and Laboratory Director. He has broad experience with numerous Federal and State regulatory agencies and legislation including NHPA, NEPA, and Section 106 (NHPA). Mr. McLeod has conducted environmental and cultural resource monitoring surveys, metal detector surveys, Phase I and Phase II surveys, along with archaeological site impact assessments. He has experience with a wide range of modern geophysical and remote sensing equipment in addition to Geographical Information Systems (GIS) software. Todd has overseen the curation of materials for multiple large projects which have been submitted to both state and federal curatorial facilities. He integrates all of these skills and proficiencies to effectively assist clients with challenges that span the spectrum of regulatory requirements.
Areas of Expertise
Cultural Resources and Environmental Consulting
State and Federal Regulatory Framework
Cultural Resources Survey
Geophysical and Remote sensing survey
GIS Analysis of Cultural Resources
Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA)
Council of Texas Archaeologists (CTA)
Society of American Archaeologists (SAA)
Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology, Texas State University, 2007.
Master of Arts degree in Anthropology, University of Mississippi, 2015.