Hancock Forest Management Road 25 Relocation

HRA archaeologist taking notes during survey of the Hancock Forest Management Forest Road 25 relocation project. HRA examined the proposed road alignment, located on the Upper Puyallup River, for the presence of cultural resources.

HRA conducted a cultural resource assessment of Hancock Forest Management’s Road 25 relocation project. The project consisted of three miles of road right-of-way located in the upper Puyallup River drainage close to the boundary of Mount Rainier National Park. HRA undertook background research, a pedestrian survey of the new right-of-way, data analysis, and report preparation. The results of our work were used to ensure avoidance of archaeological resources during construction of theĀ road.

Project Contacts

Brent Hicks

Vice President, CRM Division Manager – Seattle Office