Columbia Pulp – Straw Pulp Plant Project

Columbia Pulp – Straw Pulp Plant Project

Columbia Pulp proposes to construct a straw pulping facility along the Snake River in Columbia County, Washington.  The facility will utilize straw pulp, an abundant resource in the vicinity, for use in paper and other products.  SCJ Alliance is assisting Columbia Pulp with development and environmental compliance of the pulping facility.  Plateau Archaeological Investigations completed […]

The Eden Pit Project

The Eden Pit Project

The Spokane County Public Works Department is proposing to develop a gravel pit in the City of Spokane Valley, Washington.  Proposed ground disturbing activities include removal and stockpiling of overburden, surface mining, and crushing gravel.  Excavations will reach a depth of 40 feet.  The proposed undertaking also includes the potential for future construction of a […]

Archaeological Monitoring for the Pybus Market Building Project

Archaeological Monitoring for the Pybus Market Building Project

Plateau Archaeological Investigations conducted archaeological monitoring for the Pybus Market construction project in Wenatchee.  The renovated the existing steel mill structure and construct a parking lot on the approximate three-acre Project Area.  While the Pybus Steel Building was constructed in 1947, a previous cultural resource survey concluded that the structure did not meet any of […]

Davis Elementary School Project, City of College Place

Davis Elementary School Project, City of College Place

The proposed project entails razing the existing Davis Elementary School, located along Ash Avenue.  A new school building, to house up to 725 students, will be located east of Birch Avenue and north of 2nd Avenue.  A parking lot and recreational fields will be constructed in the location of the existing school building.  Additional recreation […]

Port of Quincy Industrial Park No. 6 Project

Port of Quincy Industrial Park No. 6 Project

The Port of Quincy is proposing infrastructure development, known as the Port of Quincy Industrial Park No. 6, on a parcel of property located west of the City of Quincy. This project is partly funded by Washington State capital funds, and the managing agency must meet the requirements of Executive Order 05-05 and consider the […]

Torboy Industrial Park

Torboy Industrial Park

Plateau Archaeological Investigations conducted a cultural resource survey for the Republic Project Development Authority for their proposed Torboy Industrial Park Development Project. The development plans include the construction of a 6,000 square foot facility for a landscape material bagging operation, which will supply the materials for wholesale distribution. The development will require construction and installation […]

Golden Northwest Binding Site Plan Cultural Resource Survey

Golden Northwest Binding Site Plan Cultural Resource Survey

Plateau Archaeological Investigations conducted a cultural resource survey of three proposed land parcels adjacent to the Goldendale Aluminum Plant in Klickitat County. The parcels are roughly 40-acres each and may be used for industrial or agricultural purposes. Background research revealed that two previously recorded cultural resources are present within the Project Area, and each was […]

Pangborn Airport Industrial Park Phase II

Pangborn Airport Industrial Park Phase II

Continued development of the Pangborn Business Park is being planned by the Port of Douglas County.  The Port property consists of 70 acres located on the southwest corner of Pangborn Airport in East Wenatchee, Douglas County, Washington. The north half of the property, constituting 30 acres, has already been developed as Industrial Park Phase I […]

Coulee Community Hospital Cultural Resources Survey

Coulee Community Hospital Cultural Resources Survey

The Coulee Community Hospital proposed to build a replacement hospital facility adjacent to the existing hospital on the western portion of currently owned, and undeveloped property. The footprint of the new building and associated infrastructure will occupy 9.2 acres.  While the location had been previously disturbed, Plateau was commissioned to conduct background and field research […]

Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center

Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center

Plateau Archaeological Investigations conducted a cultural resource survey for a proposed learning center in the City of Prosser that promotes Washington State wine and food. The Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center was funded in part by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the State of Washington, and the wine industry. Background […]

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