SEATTLE—Brandy Rinck, geoarchaeologist, Science Leadership Program member, and project manager in our Seattle office, has been selected as SWCA’s Lawrence S. Semo Scientific Achievement Award winner for the third quarter of 2016.
PHOENIX, Ariz.— The SWCA project team responsible for completing the Trans-Canyon Water Line Documentation Project received a 2016 Governor’s Heritage Preservation Honor Award at the Arizona Historic Preservation Conference in Phoenix.
In 1970, Grand Canyon National Park completed a pipeline to transport North Rim water 12.4 miles to the South Rim and its village. Replacement of 50-year-old line segments began in 2015, and SWCA was contracted to document the historical value of the pipeline.
Environmental inspection is a fluid and dynamic sector of the energy development landscape. For construction of pipelines, transmission lines, or other linear projects, a highly qualified environmental inspector who can ensure regulatory compliance is essential for keeping your project on schedule and within budget.
Environmental inspection is driven by many factors, such as the need for companies to comply with environmental regulations, maintain public and agency goodwill, and meet tight deadlines to bring energy to market profitably when windows of opportunity are open.