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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

Contact

Mandi Martinez
Cultural Resources Program Director/Principal Investigator
T: 760-446-6400
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Natural Resources Management

Comprehensive natural resources management includes planning and support services, such as surveying, assessing, and managing species of concern and their habitats. Species of concern are often drivers for many of the biological resource projects Epsilon Systems currently handles. These projects frequently include Epsilon Systems' personnel are currently providing natural resource management services in the following areas:

  • 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 (New Mexico)

Brad Beacham
Cultural Resources Manager
T: 575-528-8197
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Contact

Mandi Martinez
Cultural Resources Program Director/Principal Investigator
T: 760-446-6400
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Contact (NEPA Specialist)

Mark Dimsha
NEPA Specialist
T: 505-766-9883
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Environmental Management Services

Epsilon Systems' team members have more than 20 years of experience in environmental site investigation, regulatory compliance, and environmental management activities on private, municipal, tribal, and federal lands. Epsilon Systems provides expertise in water quality sampling and analysis, groundwater modeling, vulnerability assessments, and watershed studies. Epsilon Systems is also proficient in facility compliance analysis, including experience with solid waste management plans, Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act (EPCRA) documentation, pollution prevention programs, spill contingency plans, and risk management services. Some of the areas in which Epsilon Systems provides support for environmental programs include:

  • Preliminary assessment site investigation/Phase I, II, and III site assessments
  • Environmental management systems development and implementation (for ISO 14001)
  • Pollution prevention program planning
  • Environmental database design, development, and management
  • Technical work plans, procedures, and protocols
  • Environmental compliance and permitting required by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act (CWA), National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System, National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants, and other federal, state or local regulations
  • Worker health and safety programs, including Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements
  • Army Corps of Engineers 404 permitting

Contact

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

Our team of certified professionals develops geospatially-enabled solutions and automates the visualization of key business information across the enterprise. We support our cultural, natural and environmental resource management services with innovative applications and multi-scale geospatial information system (GIS) technology to preserve our heritage and intelligently plan for our dynamic ecosystems.

Our broad perspective yet targeted approach allow us to deliver comprehensive, cost effective results quickly and efficiently.

Our complete set of geographic information systems (GIS) service offerings, when combined with our environmental, information technology, and program management expertise, provide end-to-end solutions to support your total mission requirements

Contact

Greg Halsey
Vice President, Environmental Management Services
T: 760-446-6400
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Daniel Zelko
GIS Manager
T: 760-446-6400
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