The staff of Rocky Mountain Paleo Solutions has successfully achieved the permitting objectives of our clients by completing hundreds of paleontological field surveys, construction monitoring, and impact mitigation projects across the Rocky Mountain West. We have completed numerous NEPA analyses and written paleontological resource sections for categorical exclusions, environmental assessments, and environmental impact statements. We adhere to industry best practices that have been developed for mitigation paleontology, and have worked cooperatively with 21 museums and other institutions on paleontological resource impact mitigation projects since 1995.
Other Selected Projects
- Class I Paleontological Overview Study, multiple counties, Colorado (2014-2015).
- Dripping Springs to Baylor Canyon Road Paleontological Resource Impact Evaluation, Socorro County, New Mexico (2014).
- Shute Creek Treating Facility Water Intake Project, Lincoln County, Wyoming (2014).