Archaeology and heritage concerns often come up late in project planning, and can result in significant project costs and delays.
Provincial regulations can result in orders to stop work and complete mitigation if archaeological sites or other heritage resources are encountered during construction. Failing to do so can result in substantial fines, or in some cases, prison terms.
With extensive experience in multi-year historic resource management programs and archaeological impact assessments, expert Kurtis Blaikie-Birkigt, Senior Project Archaeologist at Tree Time Services Inc. shares his expertise on incorporating heritage concerns into early project planning.
View this webinar to learn:
- The big picture of heritage legislation and regulation
- How to identify and reduce heritage management risks and costs
- How to avoid heritage management disasters through responsible early planning
- How to increase the benefit of heritage management costs by looking for value-added PR and community engagement activities
This 60 minute webinar is designed for:
- Senior management
- Project managers
- Monitors; and
- Permitting officers