Clarence L. Hoff has approximately 30 years of experience in archaeology throughout the western United States, including California, Arizona, and Washington State. Mr. Hoff's field experience includes survey, testing, data recovery, and monitoring projects of all types and sizes. Serving as the director of field operations for BFSA for over 20 years, Mr. Hoff is routinely the primary liaison between BFSA principal investigators and other personnel, including archaeological field crew, landowners and agents, outside contractors, and Native American monitors. He has a broad range of project management experience, having provided support for all cultural resource aspects of environmental review, including federal, state, and local projects. Mr. Hoff has also authored several reports for projects throughout southern California. He is a City of San Diego-Certified archaeological and paleontological monitor and maintains a 40-Hour Hazardous Waste/Emergency Response certification.