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New white papers share tips for working with consultants

June 22, 2012

Barrett House Archaeology
An archaeologist works with staff and the construction team on sensitive work adjacent to Barrett House in New Ipswich, New Hampshire.

Like many organizations, Historic New England often enlists outside experts to perform deeper assessment, research, and analysis of preservation issues. When working with consultants, however, it's important to keep in mind that they might not see a problem from the same point of view. This can result in overlooking key issues.

As part of projects supported by the Preservation Maintenance Fund, Historic New England has worked with a variety of consultants in different fields. In order to streamline our project development, we strive to ensure that our staff project managers are prepared with the basic information they need to work with consultants effectively. To that end, we recently published white papers featuring information on working with consultants on paint analysis, structural engineering, and archaeology.

Browse our complete selection of property care white papers. Consider donating to the Preservation Maintenance Fund to help support the continued development and implementation of our preservation projects.

Consultant White Papers

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New white papers share tips for working with consultants