Archaeology is a necessary and positive element of many construction projects, and the successful management of archaeology as part of construction is integral to sustainable development. Based around the newly revised Construction Industry Research and Information Association (CIRIA) publication, "Archaeology and construction: good practice guidance", this CPD workshop will focus on the social, environmental, and economic gains to be achieved when archaeology is integrated within construction projects. Using case studies to illustrate the benefits successful management of archaeology in construction can bring, the workshop will be of interest to a wide range of built environment professionals who engage with archaeology as part of their work.
The Royal Society of Ulster Architects strives to enhance Northern Ireland's built environment for the benefit of all through the promotion of architecture. We are the membership body for Architects in Northern Ireland.