Impact7G continues to grow in the Southeast United States with the addition of Casey Radke to our Telecommunications team in Atlanta, Georgia. Casey brings a wealth of cultural resource management (CRM) and regulatory compliance experience for telecommunications projects to Impact7G and our growing client base.
Casey has both a Bachelor of Science in History, Technology, & Society, and a Master’s degree in Heritage Preservation. Her knowledge of regulatory compliance enables her to manage National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), and related environmental planning and compliance projects. Casey authored or managed thousands of regulatory compliance reviews including but not limited to NHPA Section 106 Reviews, archaeological assessment compliance documents, and all Native American consultations. Casey also has experience assisting in historic architectural surveys and evaluations of varying in complexity and size. She is knowledgeable in archival research, field survey, and architectural photographic documentation.
As a provider of diverse professional environmental and sustainability services, Impact7G’s vision entails helping clients across the United States foster sustainable and informed decisions that benefit their triple bottom line today and seven generations into the future. If you would like to learn more about Impact7G’s CRM capabilities please don’t hesitate to reach out to Casey at our Atlanta, Georgia office, through our Clive, Iowa office at (515) 473-6256. She can also be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, please visit Impact7G’s website at www.impact7g.com for a listing and description of other professional service offerings.