Archaeological Monitoring of Works

Territorial planning takes on heritage as a relevant factor in the context of its thoughtful management. In this context, there are several types of legal constraints on the implementation of projects, namely those involving intrusive underground works. The degree of such constraints varies according to a mapping that classifies territories according to their heritage level, known or potential. 

The archaeological monitoring of works is one of several measures to minimize impacts on heritage that apply to areas of medium archaeological potential.

This type of monitoring involves systematically and constantly observing subsoil activities (i.e., lifting floors, dismantling walls, turning over soil, excavations or others that may directly affect the subsoil or structures) carried out mechanically or manually.

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