Research – interviews, oral histories, ethnographic and anthropological research, archives of primary and secondary historical sources. Reviews of geomorphology, mapping (historic and contemporary), imagery including contemporary and historical aerial photography

Impact Assessments – establish and understand cultural heritage values, define archaeological and heritage resource, potential impact and appropriate mitigation and forward management

Survey – LiDAR, TLS, 3D photogrammetry, field observations and mapping as well as remote sensing technologies such as ground penetrating radar to locate and define the extent and nature of the archaeological and heritage resource

Excavation – mitigation of potential impacts through the recovery and retention of archaeological objects, features and data through archaeological excavations

Stakeholder Engagement – understand the aims and needs of stakeholders and educate and manage expectations through development and roll out of effective communication strategies

Community Engagement – understanding that cultural heritage has value beyond project stakeholders and include and educate the broader community of the heritage resource and actions taken to conserve and promote their common heritage

Heritage Interpretation – develop and contribute to the development of ongoing public and community engagement through heritage interpretation from information online to museums displays and tour operator design

Education – devise and deliver engaging educational programs to children and adults through presentations, educational modules modelled to relevant curricula, and levelled texts, articles, lectures and online resources