Spring Development and Livestock Watering System Project

Spring Development and Livestock Watering System Project

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]  Plateau provided a cultural resource survey for a landowner proposing a conservation project in order to consider the potential impacts to historic properties prior to project execution. The project will involve constructing upgrades to one existing spring development, and the development of a second spring. Each development will include vertical […]

Davenport 7th Street/Park Street Sidewalk Project
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Davenport 7th Street/Park Street Sidewalk Project

The City of Davenport is planning to reconstruct sidewalks along Park Street and 7th Street, as well as two retaining walls along 7th Street. A portion of the wall and sidewalk on the west side of 7th Street was replaced over a year ago with concrete cast retaining wall blocks. Currently, a portion of the […]

Sprague Wastewater Lift Stations

Sprague Wastewater Lift Stations

The City of Sprague is proposing to refurbish a wastewater lift station and to construct an additional wastewater lift station. The existing lift station is located near First Street, immediately east of State Route 23. The proposed lift station will be installed at the southern end of the city, near South Dayton Street. Plateau was […]

Rocky Ford Creek Footbridge Replacement

Rocky Ford Creek Footbridge Replacement

The Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife is proposing to replace two pedestrian foot bridges near Trout Lodge Fish Hatchery along Rocky Ford Creek, in Grant County. The proposed undertaking required permitting from the Army Corp of Engineers, a federal agency; therefore, the potential impacts to cultural resources must be considered under Section 106 […]

Winthrop White Avenue Waterline Improvement Monitoring
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Winthrop White Avenue Waterline Improvement Monitoring

Plateau has been assisting the Town of Winthrop and Shea, Carr & Jewell, Inc., dba SCJ Alliance with cultural resource requirements for the town’s water improvements project. As part of the project, Plateau provided a cultural resource survey and report in 2014. At the recommendation of a Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, Plateau prepared an Inadvertent […]

Ellensburg Bull Road Utility Extension

Ellensburg Bull Road Utility Extension

The City of Ellensburg is planning to extend domestic water, sewer, natural gas, power, and telecommunications utilities along Bull Road and Berry Road. RH2 Engineering has retained Plateau Archaeological Investigations, LLC to conduct a cultural resource survey to identify potential archaeological resources and potential historic properties in the Project Area prior to planned ground disturbing […]

Oroville Street Realignment
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Oroville Street Realignment

The City of Oroville proposed a project to build a connector street between Jennings Loop Road and Bob Neil Road that will ease traffic issues and facilitate access to the Cascade and Columbia Railhead. The new connector road will include a curved street that connects the two roads and a stormwater pond along the southeast […]

Olympia-Grand Coulee Transmission Line

Olympia-Grand Coulee Transmission Line

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] The Bonneville Power Administration proposes to replace worn insulators and improve associated access roads along a segment of the Olympia — Grand Coulee 287 kV Transmission Line in Kittitas, Chelan, Douglas, and Grant counties of central Washington. Plateau was retained to conduct the cultural resource survey to identify potential archaeological […]

Millwood Trail

Millwood Trail

The City of Spokane proposed to construct a trail from Spokane Community College to Felts Field. The project will be at least partially funded and administered by the Federal Highway Administration, through the Transportation Alternatives Program. Plateau Archaeological Investigations was retained to conduct the cultural resource survey of the proposed undertaking. A review of previously […]

Twisp Tennis Courts & Trail

Twisp Tennis Courts & Trail

The Town of Twisp is planning to construct a tennis court and associated trail. The area of potential effect covers 0.3 acres within Twisp Park. The project includes the installation of concrete slab for the tennis court, measuring 120 feet long by 60 feet wide. The cultural resource survey for the Twisp Tennis Court Project […]

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