Phoenix and Flagstaff, Arizona
Farmington, New Mexico
PaleoWest provides solutions in archaeology across the Western U.S. We regularly carry out our compliance work across Arizona, California, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Nebraska, and Texas. Please view our contact page for more information. We encourage you to contact us with questions any time.
Permitted across New Mexico state and BLM lands, our archaeologists have secured clearances for projects such as TEPPCO’s Hobbs to Lynch Pipeline, EPCO’s Navajo to Lovington Pipeline, and Northern Natural Gas’s TX/NM Hydrotest Pipeline, plus conducted over 10,000 acres of archaeological survey on four National Forests.
With its Rocky Mountain Region headquartered in Denver, PaleoWest holds BLM and Forest Service permits throughout the state, and has completed projects such as the Bangs Canyon Inventory, Sauls Creek Survey, and the Comanche Grasslands Survey.
Fully permitted through the BLM and Forest Service, PaleoWest’s growing list of projects includes the Schurict Wells Surveys near Devil’s Tower, the Overland Pass Pipeline near Laramie and Rock Springs, and the Buffalo Gap Paleontology Studies.
PaleoWest has conducted archaeological surveys supporting mining exploration projects such as the North Pipes uranium project near Kanab, as well as the Moab Ditch Survey for the Manti-La Sal National Forest and the Badger Springs Survey near Cedar City for the Utah BLM.
Headquartered in Phoenix, our archaeologists have completed over 300 survey, testing, and data recovery projects throughout the state, including the Lake Powell Pipeline Survey near the Utah border, the Willow Lake Data Recovery project near Prescott, the Coral Pointe Data Recovery Project in Phoenix, over 20,000 acres of survey for four different National Forests, and 80 communication tower surveys.
Montana, Idaho, and Nebraska
PaleoWest has secured permits with various land-managing agencies and is developing project work.