Telling Stories and Shattering Myths – Construction Archaeology
Free to CIOB members.
Where does Archaeology fit into the Construction Process? The protection of archaeological remains is a crucial part of the planning systems to safeguard our heritage. This webinar approaches the topic sensitively and considers perspective from both industries. It focuses on:
- Where Archaeology fits into the planning process
- The connections across the discipline’s Interpersonal development
- Supporting all parties involved
- Process requirements, planning guidance
- Risk management and measures
- When to talk to an Archaeologist to avoid impact
- Early engagement to promote benefits
- Jonathan Payne FCIOB, MD of Mascott Construction
- Dr John O’Keefe MCIOB, CEO of the Discovery Programme at the Centre for Archaeology and Innovation in Ireland
- Peter Hinton MCIfA, Chief Executive of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists
- Alina Holyst, RIBA Chartered Architect, Urban Planner and Conservation Registrant
- Andrew Gault, MCIFA Senior Archaeologist, Historic Environment Division, Department for Communities NI
Members gain 1 CIOB CPD point when you reflect on the ethical aspects of your learning from this activity.
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