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The recent addition of Sarah Stephens, a Secretary of Interior Qualified Archaeologist and Architectural Historian, has enabled the expansion of TEP’s Environmental Resources Group. The group is now comprised of two divisions, Environmental and Cultural Resources. Cultural resources are a vital part of the NEPA process, completed for both new build and collocation sites.
The Cultural Resources Division will focus on evaluating the potential effects a telecommunications tower may have on sites listed on or eligible for the National Register of Historic Places and sites of importance to Native American tribes. The addition of the division follows one of TEP’s goals of continuing to provide turn-key solutions, which is an extremely valuable and rare capability in the industry.
Please welcome Sarah as the Cultural Resources Division Manager to the TEP team!