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 westbound, the removal of the access to Main Avenue from SR 422 eastbound, the...
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...
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...
ASC Group, Inc., under contract with Jacobs Engineering Group conducted cultural resources, ecological, and environmental surveys, and NEPA documentation for the HAM-Cleves Warsaw Road bridge replacement project in Hamilton County, Ohio.
The project included replacement of the 1923 Camelback through truss bridge over Muddy Creek. The new bridge is a three-span structure in place of the present one-span bridge and will require piers and new abutments.
Under contract with Earthtech/AECOM, ASC Group Inc., completed cultural and environmental resources surveys for the I-70 Added Travel Lanes project in portions of Marion and Hancock counties, Indiana. Cultural resources surveys within the project areas included records checks, visual inspection, photography, shovel probes, and soil cores.
One archaeological site was recorded. It is recommended not eligible for the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) and no additional archaeological work was recommended.
The project consists of the proposed replacement of the Crum Creek Viaduct over Crum Creek in Swarthmore Borough and Nether Providence Township, Delaware County. The existing viaduct is approximately 900 feet long, with seventeen spans, approximately 100 feet high, and was constructed in ca. 1897.
It is currently used by SEPTA’s Media/Elwyn Line commuter railroad line. Because of the length and height of the viaduct and the fact that it carries an active rail line, the proposed project will involve extensive preparation time and will necessitate several access points and staging areas for large materials and equipment.