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 […]

Gebbers Farm Additional Lease Tracts Lots Project

Gebbers Farm Additional Lease Tracts Lots Project

Gebbers Farms is preparing to lease several tracts of land in south central Okanogan County for agricultural use.  The tracts are all located within the outer boundaries of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation (CCT).  These two tracts are situated very near the Columbia River.  Before these two tracts are permitted for development, the […]

Gebbers Farms Lease Lots Project

Gebbers Farms Lease Lots Project

Gebbers Farms is in the process of leasing seven tracts of land for agricultural use in south central Okanogan County.  All of the tracts are located within the outer boundaries of The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation (CCT).  Before the tracts are permitted for development, the CCT requested a cultural resource survey to determine […]

Curlew Lake Private Development Monitoring

Curlew Lake Private Development Monitoring

After an archaeological data recovery from a known site near Curlew Lake in 2008, it was determined that the deposits of two proposed home sites were of enough cultural import to mitigate the impact to this site from construction. Thus, Plateau was retained for archaeological monitoring of the mechanical excavations of home construction on these […]

St. James Episcopal Church of Pullman

St. James Episcopal Church of Pullman

The old St. James Episcopal Church at 600 NE Oak Street is the second oldest Episcopal Church in Whitman County, and the oldest extant Episcopal Church in the city of Pullman. Constructed in 1912, the church has an architectural lineage that dates several centuries in the past. Initially associated with the Anglican Church in England […]

Johnson Creek Water Users Association – Uranium Mitigation – DWSRF Project #DP11-952-018

Johnson Creek Water Users Association – Uranium Mitigation – DWSRF Project #DP11-952-018

The Johnson Creek Water Users Association’s current supply produces unacceptable levels of uranium to its 35 users.  The plan, however, they plan to drill up to three new wells, construct a pumphouse, and install a water transmission line that will provide additional water and mitigate uranium in the current system.  The project is partly funded […]

Crown Pointe Development in Post Falls, Kootenai County, Idaho

Crown Pointe Development in Post Falls, Kootenai County, Idaho

The planned Crown Pointe Development is a residential subdivision that will include 450 single-family residential structures, 200 multi-family residential structures, and a business center.  The development is located north of Post Falls, Idaho and covers approximately 108 acres.  Project plans included extension of the Bureau of Reclamation water infrastructure to serve the development.  Since permitting […]

Rizzuti Subdivision in Walla Walla, Washington

Rizzuti Subdivision in Walla Walla, Washington

A cultural resource survey of the proposed Rizzuti Subdivision in Walla Walla was performed by Plateau in 2006.  The subdivision included 300 single family house lots, associated utilities, access roads, and “green spaces” across the 115 acre project area.  The survey and subsequent subsurface investigations resulted in the recordation of one historic-era artifact scatter.  The […]

Priest Lake Historic Review of Lease Lot #599 Shoshone Bay Recreation Residence Tract Historic District

Priest Lake Historic Review of Lease Lot #599 Shoshone Bay Recreation Residence Tract Historic District

Recreational property rental on the Idaho Panhandle National Forests (IPNF) embodies a history that extends back to 1906.  There are nine tracts of land along Priest Lake that include a total of 123 residential/recreational leases.  The IPNF has determined “each tract, lot, building and landscape must be analyzed under the National Historic Preservation Act of […]

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