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Atlas-Ozark Pipeline

Gray & Pape and their joint venture partner, Historical Research Associates, provided cultural resource management support to AECOM on the approximately 188-mile East End Expansion Pipeline Project across Arkansas and Mississippi for Ozark Gas Transmission, LLC. Through successful consultation with the Mississippi Department of Archives, the Mississippi State Historic Preservation Office, and the Arkansas State Historic Preservation Office, the Phase I resource identification survey and report of findings for more than 100 archaeological resources was completed in just six months. Gray & Pape worked diligently with project engineers and environmental staff to develop routes around cultural resources potentially eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places. Supplementary work included additional survey, probability modeling to assist with a pipeline reroute design, and National Register of Historic Places eligibility assessments for significant resources that could not be successfully avoided.
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