Message #258: From: AzTeC SW Archaeology SIG To: "'Matthias Giessler'" Subject: From the Archaeological Site To the Construction Site Date: Wed, 14 Aug 96 16:53:00 MST Encoding: 23 TEXT Please pass along this information to developers, real-estate and utilities personnel, and non-archaeologists who have a need to develop a basic understanding of historic preservation issues in Arizona. Arizona Governmental Training Service (AGTS) is offering a course titled: "From the Archaeological Site To the Construction Site." This one-day seminar will provide advice to developers, real-estate and utilities personnel, and others interested in determining how to effectively deal with a variety of historic preservation requirements in Arizona. The seminar will review various historic preservation statutes, rules and regulations that come into play in Arizona. Participants will learn the jargon of the historic preservation community, learn how to hire a professional archaeologist or historic preservation specialist, learn what ot expect of a consultation and review process, and, discuss ways to assure quality work, full-compliance with the law, and, the timely completion of an archaeological excavation or historic preservation undertaking prior to project or property development. The seminar will be held in Mesa AZ on September 26, 1996. A modest fee is involved. To obtain more information or to register for the seminar, contact AGTS at (602) 967-7544 / FAX 966-6325. Toll Free 1-800-970-1270.