Barcelona, Tuesday 14th of June 2016 – Many are those who remember a construction site that remained stalled for a certain time due to the discovery of archaeological remains. The point of view of the majority of the participants in a construction project is constituted of these negative experiences.
From Top Management we would like to offer a different point of view: a preventive archaeological study should form part of the common evaluation procedure of a piece of land as are the geotechnical study and the topographical study since it can represent a significant money and time savings.
The aim of these studies is to identify the potential presence of archaeological remains in the grounds. The procedure to obtain a diagnosis is the following:
1.- Consult the archaeological and paleontological map of the area.
2.- Analyse the current bibliography concerning archaeological or paleontological research work in the area.
3.- Superimpose our construction project with the geological, historical and photographic maps of the area.
At this point we might already have a positive diagnosis, that is, the piece of land presents a high probability of containing archaeological or paleontological elements.
If, on the other hand, the diagnosis is not concluding enough there is a last step that we can carry out to obtain a definitive result.
4.- Explore the ground to locate the remains of ancient settlements.
A preventive study can:
- Avoid buying a piece of land that might contain archaeological remains.
- Enables conceiving in advance the construction planning so that the archaeological study doesn’t alter the construction’s rhythm.
- Creates the opportunity to adapt/conceive the project so that it avoids the affected area or to change the construction, demolition or foundation method.
TOP MANAGEMENT S.L.
Engineering company which has an extremely professional team with plenty experience in the industrial and logistic sectors and that offers engineering, project monitoring and consulting services. It characterizes for guaranteeing an unbeatable integral project management whether it be in expenses or in quality and deadlines and for providing environmental or other solutions so as to avoid critical situations that might delay the project. Evidence of their excellent work is the confidence that the customers have in them by not only continuing to work with them but by also recommending them.