The Advanced Section 106 Seminar

ACHP

#9008758

Thursday, July 14, 2016
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. MDT

DENVER, CO, United States

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Overview

The Advanced Section 106 Seminar is a one day course that focuses on the effective management of complex or controversial undertakings that require compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. Taught in a smaller, interactive setting, this course encourages group discussion and problem solving. The seminar is designed for experienced Section 106 users who are already familiar with the regulations. The curriculum focuses on the challenges of seeking consensus and resolving adverse effects to historic properties.

What will you learn in the Advanced Section 106 Seminar?

  • How to effectively achieve win-win outcomes and resolve disputes
  • How to identify creative ways to address conflicts between development plans and preservation values
  • How to negotiate and prepare agreement documents under Section 106

Who should attend? 

The seminar is designed for environmental and cultural resources personnel who have previously attended the ACHP's Section 106 Essentials Course or have received similar introductory training for Section 106, and/or who have experience handling Section 106 issues.

Resource URL

http://www.achp.gov/106advanced.html

Speakers

MaryAnn Naber

Confirmed Speaker

MaryAnn Naber is the Senior Program Analyst/Federal Highway Administration Liaison at the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation where she is the primary point of contact for FHWA program development, research, and guidance. MaryAnn is an Architectural Historian by training, holds a B.A. from Mary Baldwin College and an ... Read More

John Eddins

Confirmed Speaker

John Eddins has a BA from American University and a Ph.D. in Anthropology / Archaeology from the University of Pittsburgh. He has previously worked for the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, the National Park Service, and for several private consulting firms, including eight years as a Principal Investigator ... Read More