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Phase I Archaeological Survey & Inventory at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story

EAS is conducting a systematic Phase I, Intensive Archaeological Survey (Identification and Inventory) of approximately 39 acres in the Fort Story area of Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story (JEBLCFS) in Virginia Beach, VA.  Pedestrian surveys are completed during appropriate low-tide cycles to ensure maximal pedestrian, surface collection coverage.  This work is intended to fulfill …

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Norfolk Naval Shipyard Phase I/II Archaeological Survey & Evaluation

EAS is providing services for a Phase I and Phase II archaeological evaluations of areas adjacent to Quarters I and K (Building 704 or Study Areas) at Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY).  Quarters I and K were built in 1891 and are considered the most significant of the precincts of the Norfolk Naval Shipyard Historic District.  …

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EAS will be at SAME’s Small Business Conference

General Manager, Paige Rhodes and Sr. Business Development Manager, April Horsley will be attending the Society of American Military Engineers’ (SAME) Small Business Conference 11/2-11/4 in Nashville, TN!  The Services Sector is exhibiting at the KOMAN Family of Companies booth at 919!  We are looking forward to connecting with everyone! 

Environmental Assessment For Installation Development Plan Projects

The Air Force is in the process of completing multiple civil engineering construction, demolition, and renovation projects in support of installation development planning at Laughlin Air Force Base (AFB) in Texas. The Air Force requires an Environmental Assessment (EA) to evaluate the environmental impacts associated with these projects. EAS is conducting an environmental impact analysis …

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Environmental Technical Support for the Louisiana National Guard

EAS is providing technical support for fire monitoring for the Louisiana Army National Guard (LAARNG).  EAS, through coordination with LAARNG staff, is establishing a series of 20 sample plots at both Camp Minden and Camp Beauregard. Plot locations will be recorded with a GPS and marked in the center with a metal stake/pipe to facilitate …

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Stormwater Pollution Prevention Compliance Plan and Anti-Freeze Survey

EAS is preparing a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.  Additional tasks include providing recurring Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit services and conducting a survey to establish antifreeze related Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), handling methods, equipment type, and product sources. EAS is also …

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Juvenile Salmonid Monitoring and Transport.

EAS is in year three of supporting the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Walla Walla District, on the juvenile salmonid monitoring and transportation project that occurs at the Lower Snake River dams. Work is performed at Lower Granite, Little Goose, Lower Monumental, Ice Harbor, and McNary dams and includes examining juvenile salmonids during their …

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Elyse Maurer presented at a conference

Elyse Maurer Presented at the Annual NORFMA Conference

Today, Project Manager, Elyse Maurer, presented at the annual conference hosted by the Northwest Regional Floodplain Management Association. Her presentation was titled, “From Salmonid to Survival: a look at EAS’ projects in the Columbia River and Willamette River Basins”.  She spoke on EAS’ engagement in projects centered around life on the Columbia River and beyond, including Desert Survival, …

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