Construction Monitoring

AHS has developed numerous construction monitoring plans and inadvertent discovery plans for various local, state, and federal agencies conducting ground disturbing activities in high probability or culturally-sensitive areas.

Construction monitoring may be recommended where the presence or integrity of cultural resources may not be known even after background research and a pedestrian survey has been conducted. Some government agencies require construction monitoring as a condition of a review process and/or permit approval (e.g., NEPA, Corps of Engineers permit, etc.).

When cultural resources are identified during construction monitoring, AHS is capable of quickly responding ensuring resource protection and project completion.

Far view of an excavation site. There two people in gear spotting for another working who is in a bulldozer helping dig out the ground.
Photo of worker in an excavator digging up a road and two workers are by them. There is a second excavator in the back.
Photo of an excavator digging up a hole filled with water. There are two other workers looking down in the hole while another is holding a long rod in the hole.