This talk focuses on construction contracts; how requirements for archaeological services are included within construction contracts and the kind of contract structure used in the commissioning of standalone archaeological works.
If you want to find out more about some of the topics covered then the following resources might be useful:
Best Practice Standard: Archaeological Services in Fixed Price Contracts (IAI)
Technical Advice Sheet: Procurers of archaeological services using fixed price contracts
Codes of Practice agreed with National Monuments Service
Construction Procurement Reform (Dept of Public Expenditure and Reform)
COE-2 Conditions of Engagement — Archaeological Services
Archaeology & Development: Guidelines for good practice for developers (ICOMOS/The Heritage Council)
The International Comparative Legal Guide to Construction & Engineering Law 2018: Chapter 14 Ireland (Matheson)
Ireland Construction and Engineering Law 2019
Framework and Principles for the Protection of Archaeological Heritage
Policy and Guidelines on Archaeological Excavation
National Monuments Service Website
Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland Codes of Conduct
Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland Guidelines and Technical Reports
Chartered Institute for Archaeologists Regulations, Standards and Guidelines
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