ACS is accepting resumes for a Clerical Assistant for the Gila River Indian Community Cultural Resource Management Program through Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the supervision of a Principal Investigator, this position is responsible for providing clerical support to the Cultural Resource Management Program.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: •    Reliably reports for work each day, and working from 6 AM to 2:30 PM, which includes an unpaid half hour for lunch. •   . . . → Read More: ACS is accepting resumes for a Clerical Assistant for the Gila River Indian Community Cultural Resource Management Program through Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.

ACS Awarded New State Procurement Office Professional Services Contract

ACS has been added to the State Procurement Office’s Annual Professional Services Qualification List for 2017. We look forward to continuing our relationship with the State Procurement Office.

https://spo.az.gov/procurement-services/professional-services

Roads & Streets Conference Give-Away Winner Announced

Shane Hanneman, a Senior Landscape Architect with Corral Design Group, Inc. won a $50 gift certificate to Amazon after dropping his business card at the ACS booth at the 2017 Roads & Streets Conference April 12-14, 2017, in Tucson. Congratulations Shane!

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

Keith Scoular to participate in Lower Colorado River Tour

ACS Chief Operating Officer Keith Scoular will once again be a Resource Speaker for the Water Education Foundation’s Lower Colorado River Tour April 5-7, 2017. The  3-day, 2-night bus tour travels along the Lower Colorado River from Hoover Dam, through Yuma, to the Imperial Valley, the Salton Sea, and the Coachella Valley. Along the . . . → Read More: Keith Scoular to participate in Lower Colorado River Tour