Fiberoptic and Telephone Cables

Fiber Optic and Telephone Cables

OCA has performed various surveys and excavations for firms involved in construction of underground utility lines, such as fiber optic and telephone cables. While these projects are generally conducted to ensure that cultural resources located within the proposed right-of-way can be identified for proper treatment prior to construction, we are occasionally tasked with conducting damage assessments of sites impacted by prior construction. Results of one such damage assessment are presented in:

Peggy A. Gerow (2001): Investigations at LA 3549 and LA 3552, Two Early Pueblo Sites Along I-40 Near Laguna, New Mexico, OCA/UNM Report No. 185686  (report cover shown above)