Services Provided: Phase Ia Archaeological Records Check and Survey Historical/Architectural Records Check and Survey Waters of the U.S. Determination/Wetland Delineation/Ecological Survey Categorical Exclusion Level 1 Waterway Permit Application (401/404) ASC Group completed cultural and environmental resource surveys for the replacement of the US 41 small structure over an unnamed tributary (UNT) of Coal Creek in Continue Reading..
Services Provided: Historic Properties Survey Section 106 Documentation Phase Ia Archaeological Survey Phase Ib Archaeological Survey The project included improvement of the I-65/I-70 corridor through Indianapolis, Indiana. Reconfiguration of the current interstate corridor and associated bridges and culverts are the primary focus of this project. ASC Group completed a historic properties survey for the Area Continue Reading..
Services Provided: Historic Properties Survey Section 106 Documentation Archaeological Records Check Phase II Archaeological Investigation ASC Group completed Phase I archaeological surveys, an architectural resources survey, and a Phase II archaeological site evaluation for three Phases for the Red Line Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project in the City of Indianapolis, Indiana. The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) was Continue Reading..
Services Provided: Phase I Archaeological Records Check and Reconnaissance Survey Historic Properties Short Report Minor Projects Programmatic Agreement Red Flag Investigation Categorical Exclusion Document ASC Group completed cultural resources and environmental surveys for the proposed Portage-Marquette Trail (Des. No. 1500704) in Portage, Porter County, Indiana. The project is located in Portage, Indiana, along Ameriplex Drive, Continue Reading..
Services Provided: Phase I Archaeological Survey Section 4(f) PA Historic Resource Survey Forms The project consists of the widening of the US 22 and PA 36 intersection to improve the turning radius in the southeast quadrant of the intersection. The property in the southeast quadrant is a total take and required a Phase I Archaeological Survey. The Continue Reading..
Services Provided NEPA Clearance Wetlands T&E Survey PHRS Forms Ag Resources Phase I Archaeological Survey The proposed project is the widening of the intersection to add turning lanes on SR east and west bound, the removal of the access to Main Avenue from SR 422 east bound, the removal of access from Main Avenue to Continue Reading..
Services Provided: NEPA Clearance Geomorphological Survey Phase I Archaeological Survey The project consists of the proposed construction of a levee system to protect Wilmore Borough from flooding of the North Branch Little Conemaugh River and the Little Conemaugh River. The initial phase of the project involved the completion of a geomorphology survey. Based on those Continue Reading..
Services Provided: Level 1 Ecological Survey ESA Screening Phase I/II ESA Section 106 Scoping Request and Photolog Documentation for Consultation/ Mitigation for Cultural Resources Section 4(f) Determination Noise Analysis Categorical Exclusion Document ASC Group completed cultural and environmental resources tasks for the Western Hills Viaduct over Mill Creek-in the City of Cincinnati, Hamilton, County, Ohio. Continue Reading..
Services Provided: Section 106 Request for Review Level 1 Ecological Survey Asbestos Survey Categorical Exclusion Documentation Section 4(f) Determination of Applicability Section 404 Nationwide Permit Section 6(f) Coordination Package ASC Group conducted a series of Cultural Resources, Ecological, and Environmental studies for the proposed rehabilitation of four bridges carrying Highland Road (CR 47) over Euclid Continue Reading..
Cultural Resources Literature Reviews and Due-Dilligence Cultural Resouces Surveys for AEP Electric Transmission Corridors
Services Provided: Management Summary Reports Cultural Resources Literature Reviews Archaeological Survey and Analysis Historic Architecture Surveys Working for American Electric Power Ohio Transmission Company (AEP), ASC Group, Inc., completed literature reviews and due-diligence cultural resources surveys for five electric transmission corridors. The proposed 69 kV electrical line corridor is not considered to be a federal Continue Reading..