ACS Environmental Scientist Colleen Murray to Present at Gatekeeper Regulatory Roundup

On March 17, 2017, ACS’ Colleen Murray will present at the 13th Annual Gatekeeper Regulatory Roundup Conference, in Tempe, AZ. Ms. Murray’s presentation, Lead-based Paint and Asbestos Sampling for Transportation Projects, will provide information on the current hazardous materials sampling procedures associated with environmental clearance for transportation projects in Arizona. The presentation, prepared in . . . → Read More: ACS Environmental Scientist Colleen Murray to Present at Gatekeeper Regulatory Roundup

ACS Staff Biologist Joins Journal Review Committee

Stephanie Cobbold, Ph.D., Wildlife Biologist at ACS, recently joined a committee that will review manuscripts for Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, a peer-reviewed journal published by the Ecological Society of America (ESA). Frontiers, which is international in scope and interdisciplinary in approach, focuses on current ecological issues and environmental challenges. Frontiers is starting . . . → Read More: ACS Staff Biologist Joins Journal Review Committee

Krista Perry, M.S. – ACS’ New NEPA Planner

ACS is happy to announce that Krista Perry has joined our team as a NEPA Planner. Krista’s experience includes Environmental Assessments (EAs), Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), and grant proposal preparation to establish funding sources for environmental/remediation projects and programs. In addition to previous environmental consulting experience, Krista has . . . → Read More: Krista Perry, M.S. – ACS’ New NEPA Planner

Jefferson Park Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

ACS recently received notification that the Jefferson Park Historic District, comprised of 788 properties in central Tucson, was successfully listed on the National Register of Historic Places at the local level of significance under Criterion A for its association with Community Planning and Development in Tucson. Jefferson Park was originally developed as a rural . . . → Read More: Jefferson Park Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Tony Ranch Cultural Resource & Ecological Assessment Project

ACS, subconsultant to the Moore/Swick Partnership, recently completed an exciting research project for the Superstition Area Land Trust (SALT). The fieldwork involved the baseline documentation of existing resources and conditions at Tony Ranch in Haunted Canyon, which hosts a unique middle elevation riparian setting for Arizona. Haunted Canyon is known widely by . . . → Read More: Tony Ranch Cultural Resource & Ecological Assessment Project