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Cultural Resource Management

Epsilon Systems’ cultural resources management staff consists of Secretary of the Interior (SOI)-qualified archaeologists, historians, and architectural historians with extensive experience throughout California and New Mexico. Our professionals possess the capabilities to review, assess, and facilitate comprehensive cultural resources management programs, including the following:

  • Prehistoric and historic surveys, testing, and data recovery
  • Section 106 and 110 consultations
  • Mitigation planning and monitoring
  • Curation and archival management
  • Ethnographic studies
  • Archival research
  • Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) and Historical American Engineering Record (HAER) documentation
  • National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and CAL Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) documentation
  • Historical Architecture

Contact

Brad Beacham
Cultural Resources Manager
T: 760-446-6400
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Geographic Information Systems and Cartographic Support

GIS, mapping, and image processing services.

  • Image Processing and Spatial Analysis
  • Geo- & Ortho-Correction of Data
  • Digital Elevation Model (DEM) Extraction and Processing
  • 3-D Image Profiling and Visualization
  • Cartographic Quality Mapping
  • Mosaicking of Imagery
  • Digitizing and Data Conversion
  • Database Development
  • Slope, Aspect, Shaded Relief and Contour Generation
  • Viewshed and Line-of-Site Analysis
  • Ecological Modeling
  • Geologic, Soils, Vegetation, and Hydrologic Mapping

Contact

Greg Halsey
Vice President, Environmental Management Services
T: 760-446-6400
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Natural Resource Management

We have a thorough understanding of the natural resource issues and concerns required in siting, developing, permitting, and implementing your project. Our program services include:

  • Sensitive plant and wildlife surveys
  • Biological baseline studies
  • Endangered Species Act support (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Section 7 coordination)
  • Mitigation planning and monitoring (best management practices)
  • Integrated Natural Resource Management Plans
  • Environmental impact assessments, including CEQA/NEPA documentation
  • Surface and groundwater quality investigations
  • Watershed studies

Contact

Greg Halsey
Vice President, Environmental Management Services
T: 760-446-6400
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Remedial Investigation & Hazardous Waste Management Services

  • CERCLA Section 106 and 107 Investigations with Multiple PRPs
  • RCRA Facility Investigations (RFI) of Sites with Multiple Solid Waste Management Units
  • Hazardous Waste Management Compliance Assistance
  • Integration of Laboratory Analytical Data with GIS and AutoCAD Presentations

Environmental Management Services

  • Environmental Management Systems (EMS) Development and Implementation (for ISO14001)
  • Facility Environmental Audits and Inspections for Loss Control and Quality Assurance/Quality Control Purposes
  • Pollution Prevention (P2) Program Development
  • Environmental Database Management
  • Technical Work Plans, Procedures, and Protocols
  • Environmental Compliance and Permitting
  • Program Development, Review, and Implementation
  • Worker Health & Safety Programs, including OSHA Requirements

Contact

Greg Halsey
Vice President, Environmental Management Services
T: 760-446-6400
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