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27 Jun 2018

Bringing Collaboration to the Heart of Commercial Archaeology

ICW (David Hawkins) was invited to speak at the recent FAME Forum on Commercial Archaeology on 22nd June 2018. Perhaps initially not a subject one would associate particularly with collaborative working in a commercial world. However as we see more and more infrastructure developments delving into our cities and country side it becomes apparent that we have a wealth of history coming to light through these ventures. Whilst some may see delays resulting from the multitude of finds these archaeologists are helping to preserve and increase our knowledge of the past. As part of the forum ICW was able to share our perspectives on how effective collaboration can be integrated with the needs of the variety of organisations involved and how as was demonstrated engage local communities and increase their understanding. It was not an area we had perhaps considered but through the forum we can see yet again how collaborative working can support these complex and challenging projects by early engagement and integrated planning.

 

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