|Archaeological, Engineering and Hazard Reports (Routes) |
High-resolution site characterization survey reports assess the structural integrity of the
seafloor and subsurface and the impact of the proposed operations on
the archaeological resources.
Survey data collected for
Archaeological, Engineering, and Hazard Reports provides engineers with the
FEED (Front End Engineering Design) data for design and installation of
proposed infrastructure. Geophysical
data from deepwater AUV and conventional shelf surveys can be incorporated in
these studies. Reports include alignment
sheets for marine pipeline, flowline, or umbilical routing providing detail on
the bathymetry, environmental and geologic conditions, and archaeological
concerns along the proposed alignment.
For Gulf of Mexico operations, BOEM / BSEE
encourages operators to request a meeting to discuss their survey plan and
address any concerns that may exist prior to mobilization. C & Cís Geologists, Geophysicists, and
Archaeologists will assist with your evaluation of the BOEM / BSEE requirements,
the design and implementation of your survey, and understanding the
capabilities of your survey technology options.
Our staff is available to accompany you to the BOEM / BSEE to help address
any concerns that may arise during any part of this process.
All geotechnical data required
for the routing is incorporated within this report and complies with the
current BOEM / BSEE requirements for permitting flowlines, umbilicals, and pipelines. Permit plats, along with BOEM / BSEE GIS files,
are also provided.