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 […]

Prairie View Park

Prairie View Park

The Spokane County Parks, Recreation & Golf is planning to construct additional spanning 10 acres at Prairie View Park located in eastern Spokane County, Washington. The project requires initial grading of the property followed by construction of two baseball/softball fields on the largest area of the property, and construction of four volleyball pits to the […]

City of Wenatchee Well Project
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City of Wenatchee Well Project

The City of Wenatchee conducted exploratory well drilling and testing at two locations near Rock Island Dam in Chelan County. The testing occurred on land owned by the Chelan County Public Utility District No. 1, and the project’s Area of Potential Effect was found to intersect portions of a previously recorded archaeological site. The cultural […]

Property in Ferry County

Property in Ferry County

Plateau Archaeological Investigations, LLC (Plateau) conducted a cultural resource survey at the request of a property owner in Ferry County. The survey was initiated in preparation for the proposed construction of a residential structure, prompting Plateau to also conduct the appropriate fieldwork to re-record an archaeological site on the landform. In addition to the home, […]

Grant County Private Parcels

Grant County Private Parcels

Occasionally landowners contact Plateau to assist them in the permitting stages of making improvements to their property. If there are known cultural resources within the vicinity of the proposed project areas, county planning departments require a survey by a qualified archaeologist be completed prior to issuing a permit. Such was the case for two landowners […]

Electrical Upgrade at Lake Osoyoos Veteran’s Memorial Park

Electrical Upgrade at Lake Osoyoos Veteran’s Memorial Park

The City of Oroville proposed additional upgrades to the electrical system in the Lake Osoyoos Veteran’s Memorial Park, located in Okanogan County, Washington. This fieldwork follows a cultural resource investigation reported in Cultural Resource Survey of the Lake Osoyoos Veteran’s Memorial Park Electrical Upgrade Project, Okanogan County, Washington. The 2013 survey covered approximately 3.0 acres […]

Twisp Community Trail

Twisp Community Trail

The Town of Twisp planned to improve a dirt trail by installing a permeable gravel surface, located on 0.7 acres within the town. The proposed improvements include roughly 0.3 miles of trail at a width of 10 feet. The maximum depth of disturbance for the project is 18 inches. The cultural resource survey for the […]

Monroe Road Bridge Replacement
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Monroe Road Bridge Replacement

Spokane County plans to replace the existing Monroe Road Bridge (Bridge #2803) spanning the west branch of Dragoon Creek in northern Spokane County, Washington. The Project Area is approximately 900 feet long. The existing Monroe Road Bridge and its approaches, including 700 feet of roadway south of the bridge, will be replaced in its general […]

Brooks Road Reconstruction
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Brooks Road Reconstruction

Spokane County plans to reconstruct and improve Brooks Road in western Spokane County, Washington. The proposed reconstruction involves the grind and overlay of roughly 4 inches of existing asphalt with base and subgrade improvements where necessary. The road will be widened from 28 feet to 36 feet to accommodate two 12-foot travel lanes and two […]

Wells Road Bridge Monitoring
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Wells Road Bridge Monitoring

The County of Spokane retained Plateau Archaeological Investigations to conduct archaeological monitoring of the Wells Road Bridge (SPOK-2105) Scour Repair Project, constituting less than 1.0 acre between Plaza and Cheney in August 2016. Ground disturbing activities included excavating sediments from under and adjacent to the Wells Road Bridge. In addition, a second area where spoils […]

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