Biological and Cultural Construction Monitoring Services for the AT&T SR-127 Fiber Optic Project

FCS provided biological and cultural resources preconstruction and construction monitoring services in support of the installation of approximately 12.25 miles of fiber optic conduit and cable between the unincorporated community of Baker and the U.S. Army National Training Center (NTC) at Fort Irwin, California. These included biological surveys for desert tortoise and special-status plants, as well as preparation of a Mitigation Monitoring Plan (MMP) and Preconstruction Sensitivity Training. FCS also delivered a Workers Environmental Awareness Program (WEAP) and subsequent training to provide on-site personnel with information on the presence of sensitive archaeological, biological, and paleontological resources and measures developed to protect those resources.

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