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Documentation is one of the most important aspects of site management, providing the data necessary to monitor your site and plan for future conservation and visitor management. Documentation methods range from low cost activities such as gathering archive information or takings photograph to the more expensive possibilities such as commissioning a full laser scan of your site.
It is important to gather this information, but also to use a form of documentation that works best for your needs. We can help you identify what forms of documentation will work best for your site and help you either create an archive or create a long term strategy for site management.