Examine the basics for compliance with Section 106 regulations under the National Historic Preservation Act in a timely and comprehensive manner. Establish that a project meets the criteria for engagement before moving into planning and construction phases. Consider consultant or contractor selection, proper documentation, and how to determine effects. Understand the purpose of a memorandum of agreement or programmatic agreement and the requirement for consultation. Explore the role of SHPOs, THPOs, and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation and the conclusion of the Section 106 review process.
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