San Diego Gas and Electric (SDGE) constructed a new 230 kV transmission line between the Sycamore Canyon and Peñasquitos Substations. Portions of the new TL are underground and run through residential neighborhoods, while other portions run through military installations with UXO hazards.
PanGIS provided full-time CPUC qualified archaeological monitors for up to 300 days during construction. All monitors completed SEAP (safety) training and attended tailboard meetings every scheduled shift. Staff communicated with project managers for job site supervision, assigned equipment used for specific task schedules and workflow expectations. The archaeological monitors documented compliance with the measures in the CRMMRP and Mitigation Measure Cultural Resource-1, APM CUL-1, and APM CUL-6PM. PanGIS was responsible for monitoring logs, final monitoring report, and DPR site forms.