NM City of Alamogordo 2

Tierra coordinated with the City of Alamogordo, civil engineers and surveyors, the New Mexico Department of Transportation, and the New Mexico State Land Office (NMSLO) to provide right of way services on multiple projects pertaining to the City’s Regional Water Supply Project. Tierra’s work involved obtaining permits and right of way grants necessary for the installation and construction of water transmission facilities and access roads on multiple land jurisdictions.


Our team reviewed the project’s Environmental Impact Statement and related environmental documents to determine and assess potential restrictions or concerns pertaining to the siting/routing of access roads. Tierra also worked with the City of Alamogordo’s design engineer and surveyor in the selection of final routes, confirming jurisdictional delineations by overlaying AutoCAD project boundaries over public land base maps utilizing ArcGIS. When required by the State agencies, Tierra conducted the necessary environmental and cultural resource fieldwork and/or studies and obtained the necessary environmental and cultural resources clearances to proceed with permitting. Tierra drafted agency correspondence and completed the necessary permit applications and agency follow-up to obtain final New Mexico Department of Transportation permits and final State Land Office right of way grants.   


 

Tierra’s work involved obtaining permits and right of way grants necessary for the installation and construction of water transmission facilities and access roads to underground well fields and monitoring wells on multiple land jurisdictions. Our team reviewed the project’s Environmental Impact Statement and related environmental documents to determine and assess potential restrictions or concerns pertaining to the siting/routing of access roads. Tierra also worked with the City of Alamogordo’s design engineer and surveyor in the selection of final routes, confirming jurisdictional delineations by overlaying AutoCAD project boundaries over public land base maps utilizing ArcGIS. When required by the State agencies, Tierra conducted the necessary environmental and cultural resource fieldwork and/or studies and obtained the necessary environmental and cultural resources clearances to proceed with permitting. Tierra drafted agency correspondence and completed the necessary permit applications and agency follow-up to obtain final New Mexico Department of Transportation permits and final State Land Office right of way grants.