Archaeologist Digs Up Cost-Savings for Mine Assessments

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Ashlee_Younie_AML_Specialist

Because of the wide range of environmental services that Broadbent provides, our employees are exposed to many different types of fascinating work. Ashlee Younie, a Registered Professional Archaeologist, is one such person. Along with skills gained while working on projects for the United States EPA and the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection, her education has helped her become a specialist in addressing environmental challenges unique to abandoned mine lands. She has experience performing surveys and sampling water and solids at historic mine sites. Her abandoned mine land work has included the recording of site features for use in mine site assessments and data analytics. When Broadbent is performing environmental investigations of abandoned mine lands, Ashlee’s knowledge is invaluable. She is Read More »

Broadbent Sponsors Upcoming Great Basin Anthropological Conference 2016

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Archaeological Consultants

Broadbent & Associates, Inc. is pleased to sponsor the 35th Biennial Great Basin Anthropological Conference of 2016 (GBAC). This year, the event will be held in Reno, NV from October 6th to 9th. The theme is “Featured Landscapes”, a reminder that archaeological sites (especially in an area of widely spaced, seasonal resources such as the Great Basin) are best interpreted within a larger regional framework. Broadbent’s archaeological consultants are looking forward to attending the conference and presenting results from our research. Please join us for this special event!

Broadbent Welcomes Kari Sprengeler to California Cultural Resources Team

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Broadbent and Associates, Inc. is pleased to welcome Kari Sprengeler to its growing cultural resources team. Kari will serve as Project Archaeologist, and will help develop and grow Broadbent’s cultural resources program. Her primary focus will be serving Broadbent’s clients in California. Kari brings more than 15 years of experience as a professional archaeologist to the team. Starting her career at the Iowa Office of the State Archaeologist, she moved to Santa Cruz, California in 2002 to work for a small local firm, Albion Environmental. While there, she worked on numerous projects under the auspices of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), and local city/county Read More »

Northern California Personnel to Attend Environmental Association Event on Angel Island

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San Francisco's Angel Island

Northern California Division Manager, Kristene Tidwell, will join professionals from the Northern California Professional Environmental Marketing Association (NCal PEMA) at an upcoming meeting on Angel Island, CA. Excited to attend this unique outing, Kristene will join other environmental professionals to explore the landmass’s settings and share ideas about marketing and providing environmental services, in and around the Bay Area. Association networking events include discussion about the wide variety of service offerings that members specialize in: Environmental Health & Safety and Compliance Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments Soil and Water Testing Complications of UST Remediation Use of Subcontractors for Federal and California Environmental Services Contracts For more information about the event contact NCal PEMA.    

Broadbent Hosts the Nevada Mining Association’s Suppliers Committee Meeting

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Broadbent’s Reno office is proud to have hosted the April 2015 Nevada Mining Association’s Suppliers Committee Meeting. The meeting was well-attended with 35 participants from 20 companies. Broadbent and ArrowData each gave presentations on the specialized services they provide to the mining industry. At the end of the meeting attendees enjoyed ArrowData’s demonstration of one of their drones in action. After the demonstration everyone convened in Broadbent’s offices for an informal meet and greet, complete with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. The event was fun, informative, and a great opportunity to meet some of the movers and shakers working with Nevada’s mining industry. For more information on the Nevada Mining Association visit their webpage. http://www.nevadamining.org/index.php