SCE CWA15 Environmental Impact Management for the Colorado River-Palo Verde 500kV Transmission Line, Riverside County, CA
SCE is required to manage and document environmental impacts including biological and cultural resources during the construction of the Colorado River-Palo Verde Transmission Line.
PanGIS was tasked with providing daily archaeological resources construction monitoring at multiple construction sites, 14 hours per day/7 days per week. Duties included: obtaining Field Work Authorization from BLM, archaeological survey ahead of construction crews, daily monitoring logs, WEAP training, monthly summary reports, safety tailboard meetings, and ESA staking. Cultural resources encountered during monitoring and survey were recorded with high precision GPS units. All cultural resources within the project area were added to the SCE GIS Schema for cultural resources. PanGIS archaeologists wrote the final report and created maps.