TUCSON, August 29,
2014—Tierra Right of Way Services, Ltd., a leading land services firm in the
western United States, is pleased to announce the hire of Jerry Lyon, M.A., as
the newest Principal Investigator for the company’s Environmental Planning and
Cultural Resources Division. Mr. Lyon brings over 20 years of archaeological
experience in the Southwest to Tierra’s cultural resources team and will lead
and oversee projects for Tierra throughout the region.
Mr. Lyon’s expertise covers a wide range of methodological approaches in archaeology, and he has led archaeological and cultural resource landscape survey, testing, and data recovery projects for Federal, State, and private clients throughout Arizona, Utah, Nevada, and New Mexico. A specialist in GIS technology, he is also highly experienced at developing project-specific GIS databases for purposes of spatial analysis, quality control, and to meet client data requirements.
“We’re very happy to have Jerry on board,” said Tierra’s President and Founder, Randye Ferrick. “His extensive practical experience in archaeology and project management will be a great asset to our team and our clients.”
For more information, please call Tierra’s Tucson headquarters at (800) 887-0847 or contact Mr. Lyon directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tierra Right of Way Services, Ltd., was established in 1989, and provides right of way, environmental, cultural resource, and other land services for clients throughout the western United States. With eight offices in six western states, Tierra is prepared to handle projects of any size and scope in any region. For more information, visit www.tierra-row.com.