Principal Investigator/Project Manager


Cody S. Davis has been involved professionally in archaeological projects throughout Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Louisiana for six years. In 2003, he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Psychology from Texas State University in San Marcos, TX. While obtaining his bachelor degrees, he was employed at the Center for Archaeological Studies (CAS) under the direction of Dr. Britt Bousman. Davis received his graduate degree in Anthropology from the University of Texas at Arlington in May of 2009 under the direction of Dr. Kathryn M. Brown. His graduate studies

and thesis research focused on Historic Archaeology. His thesis project involved archival research, conducting oral history interviews and analysis of various historic artifacts recovered from two seasons of excavation. In this project, he used GIS to map the excavation units and site features. He also used GIS to georeference historic orthoquads, topographic maps and various other historic maps as he does for numerous AR Consultants projects. His interests in archaeology range from the prehistoric to historic. He has conducted a large number of studies dealing with prehistoric and historic sites utilizing ArcGIS and archival research. Davis is pre-certified for TxDOT in categories 2.10.01 (Archeological Surveys) and 2.11.01 (Historical and Archival Research) and has completed the 30-hour course in Construction Safety and Health for OSHA certification.

Cody can be reached at 214.368.0478 or send him an email: