Tierra has acquired more than 550 residential and commercial properties parcels as an on-call provider for the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). Tierra’s specific services to ADOT have included coordination and analysis of property titles; coordination of appraisals; and negotiations for acquisitions involving single and multi-family residences, mobile homes, businesses, and heavy industrial properties, including a cement plant. Uniform Act compliance is required on all ADOT projects.

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Since 2014, Tierra has held an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service to provide intensive and sample pedestrian archaeological surveys and cultural resources investigations on an on-call basis within Forest Service Region 3 in New Mexico. 

Read more: USDA Forest Service IDIQ Contract, Statewide New Mexico

 Cultural Resource Inventory at the Monte Cristo Mining District

Tierra was contracted by the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest in Washington State to perform a detailed survey and record sites at the Monte Cristo Mining District and townsite. The U.S. Forest Service (USFS) was preparing for a large-scale clean-up intended to remove contaminated soils from several mines, adits, and processing centers within the old townsite. As part of the clean-up process, a full inventory of cultural resources was requested. 

Read more: Cultural Resource Studies at the Monte Cristo Mining District

AZ GVID Brown Canal 3

Tierra is working with the Gila Valley Irrigation District (GVID) to obtain a new right of way grant on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land in Graham County, Arizona. The project is necessary to allow for the repair of a diversion dam and canal headgate and for construction of a new access road for the GVID facilities located on the Gila River. The project requires intensive biological and cultural resources surveys, and will include Endangered Species Act Section 7 consultation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for potential impacts to Federally listed species. The project also involves managing the public involvement process and the preparation of a BLM-format Environmental Assessment.

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"Kit Carson Electric Cooperative (KCEC) retained Tierra Right of Way Services to provide Cultural Resource and Environmental services to obtain NEPA compliance in connection with KCEC’s Taos Broadband Project, which was designed to provide state of the art telecommunications and internet services to all KCEC customers. I am pleased to say that Tierra has been very responsive to our needs and concerns and have been a strong advocate for KCEC throughout the course of this very important project."

~ Luis Reyes, CEO
Kit Carson Electric Cooperative


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Winterhaven Broadband Project

For project news, documentation, and informational links, please visit the Winterhaven Broadband Project page.