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ArchaeoPaleo was retained to provide technical services in support of Environmental Impact Report (EIR) /Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) documentation for San Bernardino Valley's Omnitrans sbX E Street Corridor Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project which is the beginning of an extensive multi-city intermodal public transit system in the San Bernardino Valley. It runs between a residential/commercial area near Cal State San Bernardino and the city of Loma Linda with its university, medical center and VA hospital and through the government and business center of the City of San Bernardino.
High Speed Rail
ArchaeoPaleo provided the archaeology, cultural-historic building assessment, and paleontology technical sections of the Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement (EIR/EIS) for the Los Angeles Union Station-Anaheim (northern Orange County) segment of the 800 mile long California High-Speed Rail System. The proposed rail line will run from Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area to San Diego via Los Angeles, Orange County and Riverside. The high-speed trains would be traveling at speeds in excess of 200 miles per hour.
Agoura Road Widening (2010 and 2016)
ArchaeoPaleo is providing ongoing archaeological and paleontological services to the City of Agoura Hills on the 2.2 mile Agoura Road Widening Project. This project traverses the length of the city and is situated near/on the historical Camino Real route, the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historical Trail and a prehistoric Chumash trail. ArchaeoPaleo provided a Phase I survey with technical documentation, a treatment plan, Phase II testing, and continue monitoring construction activities for archaeological and paleontological resources.
ArchaeoPaleo provided archaeological and paleontological monitoring to the City of Riverside for construction and replacement of four miles of city sewer mains from WQTP to Martha McLean - Anza Narrows Park and east to Tequesquite Avenue. ArchaeoPaleo monitors protected known prehistoric archaeological sites, an Historic landmark, and sensitive Pleistocene paleontological zones.
ArchaeoPaleo provided paleontological and archaeological resources monitoring and data recovery services during construction-related excavation activities conducted by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works (LADPW). The project included the repair of the California Register of Historical Resources-eligible/National Register of Historic Places-eligible Hall of Justice (HOJ) along with the excavation of an associated subterranean parking structure northeast of the building.
ArchaeoPaleo was contracted for emergency fossil extraction and mitigation during the construction of a five-story mixed use building located at 375 North La Cienega Boulevard in the City of Los Angeles. The project included a mixed-use building and two levels of subterranean parking.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art received private funds to hire renowned architect Renzo Piano to design and transform the existing art museum complex into a state of the art, architecturally unique world-class art museum complex. To achieve this goal, they renovated a few buildings, removed the old parking structure, added a 20ft deep storm drain and sewer project, replaced and relocated utilities, constructed a new larger underground parking structure, and added a new 80,000 square foot museum building. ArchaeoPaleo monitored excavation work in this extremely sensitive fossil-bearing area. During the course of excavations, crews uncovered 23 separate large fossil deposits that were subsequently boxed in large tree boxes and moved to the George C. Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits, where they became the present day Project 23.
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