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Elements is published by Civil & Environmental
landscape over streams and protected wildlife are interpreted or to streamline procedures. Consultants, Inc. for clients, business partners
areas. Because of the funding stream, Public Section 106 is a process, the implementation and other associates.
Sector work obviously must comply with of which varies from state to state or from Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc.
Section 106. Examples are work at military agency to agency. For example, what we do for 333 Baldwin Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15205
bases, surveys on National Forest lands, or FHWA may not be what we do for FTA, though www.cecinc.com
FHWA-funded transportation projects, which they both fall under USDOT.
I’ve performed in a number of diff erent states. GEFF BOTTOMLEY | Publisher
How is CEC better equipped to EMILY CHIODO | Editor/Writer
Manufacturing facilities and Real Estate Q handle these variances? TARA KIRKMAN | Art Director
developments can require cultural resources DEB THOMPSON | Circulation
investigations for Corps or federal permits. We are lucky to have professionals BD&E, INC., PI TTSBURGH | Design
A housing development may require Cultural who have built solid relationships
Resource Management services if it is a HUD A while working in many diff erent PHOT O C REDITS
project with federal funding. Waste clients states and with multiple agencies. The TDOT/George Hornal
who are expanding or have wetlands impacts agencies tend to be comfortable with what we Mayor’s Offi ce, City of Gallatin
Cincinnati Nature Center
that require permitting will need archeology. are producing and providing, and also with OneWater Inc.
Larry Rippel
In those cases where private development is our knowledge level. These relationships can MarkWest Energy Partners, L.P.
several hundred acres, the Corps may not look help avoid lengthy delays in project approval Tara Kirkman
at just a single stream; they might look at the beyond the required 30 days. Ken Miller
whole site from an archeological standpoint. Stephen Vander Horst
How will our services enable Special thanks to Amanda DiGregorio
And Mining also requires many permits, clients as they continue to
whether on the reclamation side or initial mine Q grow? For information, address changes, corrections or
development. For instance, the Department Cultural Resource Management additions to the mailing list, contact 1.800.365.2324
or email elements@cecinc.com.
of Natural Resources and the Environmental is a compliance-driven fi eld. We
Protection Agency require permits whether it is A can help each of our industry OFFICES
coal, gravel or other aggregates and mineral clients with compliance and with their own Austin, TX
resources. expansion and evolution. They are going Boston, MA
places; we can help get them there. My job Bridgeport, WV
Do the regulations that guide is to make it easy for everybody else; to know Charlotte, NC
Cultural Resource Management the laws well enough to meet the regulations Chicago, IL
Q ever change? and to know how to negotiate the process so Cincinnati, OH
There have been periodic that it is both benefi cial to the resource, which Cleveland, OH
amendments; a tweaking of I care about as an archaeologist, and to the Columbus, OH
A language to clarify how things client’s objectives. ■ Detroit, MI
Export, PA
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