Managers & Associates

Our team of associates and professionals ensures that you get the service you need.


David H. Dutton

Our technical services and teams are managed by David H. Dutton. He has a B.S. in Anthropology and Sociology from Virginia Commonwealth University and a M.A. in Archaeological Studies from Boston University. Mr. Dutton has over 20 years of experience in archaeology and 15 years of experience in historic preservation law and cultural resource management. Previously, he directed the Virginia Department of Historic Resources Division of Project Review where he managed all federal and state environmental reviews, rehabilitation tax credit project certification, historic preservation easements, covenants, and archaeological permits. Prior to his work at the state, Mr. Dutton served as a project review archaeologist for the President’s Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.

Suzanna Dutton

Suzanna Dutton graduated from the University of Virginia with a B.A. in History and an inter-disciplinary concentration in American Studies. She has over 15 years experience in marketing and public relations. Most recently, Suzanna was a senior project manager at Capital One Financial Services, Inc. where she managed large scale marketing initiatives that involved multiple operating units. Suzanna develops and implements marketing strategy for Dutton + Associates, as well as conducts archival research, and manages document production.


Arthur P. Striker

Mr. Striker holds a B.A and an M.A. in History from the Virginia Commonwealth University. He has worked in the cultural resource management field for five years as both an Archaeological Field Technician and an Historian. As an archaeologist, he has worked on a variety of Phase I surveys, Phase II evaluations, and Phase III data recovery projects at historic and prehistoric sites in Virginia, West Virginia, New Jersey, and Florida, with the bulk of his experience being in Virginia.

As an historian, Mr. Striker completed an internship and subsequently worked for the Virginia Department of Historic Resources, collaborating on projects for a variety of programs offered by that department. His experiences there include work with the National Register of Historic Places, the Virginia Landmarks Register, Virginia’s Cost Share Program, the Highway Historical Marker Program, and publication of Notes on Virginia.

Robert J. Taylor, Jr.
Architectural Historian

Mr. Taylor holds a B.A. in Historic Preservation from University of Mary Washington and an M.A. in Historic Preservation from Savannah College of Art and Design. He has over 3 years of cultural resource management experience. He has worked on Reconnaissance and Intensive Level surveys in both Florida and Virginia.

His experience in cultural resource management includes working on both Architectural and Archaeological projects while conducting field surveys, taking 35mm and digital photographs, researching historic resources, completing Site File forms, compiling HABS/HAER documentation packages, report writing, preparing National Register evaluations and documentation for both individual resources and historic districts, and conducting archaeological testing. He is also familiar with a variety of research materials and has a working knowledge of GIS and ArcMap. Mr. Taylor has a thorough understanding of the laws and regulations that govern cultural resources and he has authored or co-authored over 50 Cultural Resource Management (CRM) Compliance Reports and numerous National Register nominations and Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) Documentation Packages.

As an Architectural Historian for Dutton + Associates, Mr. Taylor works on all aspects of historic and architectural resource projects including performing field work, conducting project research, preparing DSS documentation, and contributing to project reports.

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