• Archaeology and the National Roads Authority, Monograph Series No. 1

Edited by Jerry O’Sullivan and published in 2003, this monograph contains the proceedings of two seminars held in 2002 on provisions for archaeological work within the national roads programme. The monograph contains papers dealing with the following subjects:

Legislation and policy on the protection of the archaeological heritage during road construction (Seán Kirwan)
A note on archaeological licensing procedures (Jerry O’Sullivan)
The role of the National Museum of Ireland in archaeological excavations (Nessa O’Connor)
Archaeology and the National Roads Authority (Dáire O’Rourke)
The role of the Project Archaeologist and the Code of Practice (Ken Hanley)
Public sector procurement of archaeological services and EU law (Michael MacDonagh)
Public-private partnership (PPP) schemes (Gerry Murphy)
A PPP scheme case study: the N25 Waterford Bypass (James Eogan)
Archaeological risk and PPPs: the M4 Kinnegad-Enfield-Kilcock scheme (Rónán Swan)
Archaeological assessment methods for NRA road schemes (Noel Dunne)
Terrestrial and waterborne geophysical survey for road schemes (Kevin Barton)
What is post-excavation work? (Sébastien Joubert)
Reporting, publication & dissemination (Jerry O’Sullivan)
An introduction to the Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland (Martin Byrne)

Author Jerry O’Sullivan (ed.)
Publication Data 2003
Subjects Archaeology

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Archaeology and the National Roads Authority, Monograph Series No. 1

  • ISBN: 0-9545955-0-5
  • Author(s): Jerry O’Sullivan (ed.)
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