B.A., Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley
M.A., Applied History, George Mason University
Ms. Abell Horn meets the professional qualifications of the National Park Service’s 36CFR 61 and is certified by the Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA). She has served as a Principal Investigator, Primary Author, or Project Manager for numerous cultural resource evaluations in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut as part of HPI’s team since 2003, as well as in many other states in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions in previous positions. She has managed extensive primary research programs and written numerous comprehensive reports for both urban, rural, and waterfront sites. This has included undertaking historic and archival research, report writing and editing, artifact analysis, database management, statistical analysis, and computer graphics. Ms. Abell Horn’s experience includes completing Environmental Impact Studies, Field Investigations, and Cultural Resource Assessments.
Projects of interest include
- • World Trade Center Memorial and Redevelopment Project Site, Manhattan, NY;
- • Brooklyn Bridge Park Project EIS, Brooklyn, NY;
- • Staten Island Bluebelt, Oakwood Beach, South Beach, and New Creek Mid-Island Watersheds, South Shore of Staten Island, NY;
- • Staten Island North Shore Land Use Study, Staten Island, NY;
- • Randall’s Island Living Shoreline Recreation Area, NYC Parks and Recreation, New York, NY;
- • NYC School Construction Authority Projects: New Construction and Additions: Five Boroughs, 2004 – 2012, New York, NY;
- • Bayonne Bridge Navigational Clearance Program, Bayonne, NJ and Staten Island, NY;
- • Burlington City Sanitary Sewer Repair Project, Burlington, NJ;
- • PepsiCo Project Renew, Town of Harrison, NY;
- • Yaphank County Center, Yaphank, Suffolk County, NY;
- • NJ Transit Lackawanna Cut-Off Passenger Rail Service Restoration project, Warren and Sussex Counties, New Jersey; and Lackawanna and Monroe Counties, PA; and,
- • NJ Transit Monmouth-Ocean-Middlesex (MOM) Rail Project, Monmouth, Ocean, and Middlesex Counties, NJ.