Each project will comply with the environmental and/or cultural resource investigation, testing, or mitigation standards proposed or required by the State Historic Preservation Officer or the appropriate, designated office. The Summary Letter, Draft Report, and the Final Report will be completed in accordance with recommendations of the appropriate State Historical Preservation Officer and the National Historic Preservation Act 18 CFR 157.206 and Appendix II of Subpart F, as amended, or the applicable international agreement. Each investigation undertaken will comply with The National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended 36 CFR 800, Section 106 or the applicable international agreement. All contracted services performed will be conducted in a manner consistent with that level of care and skill ordinarily exercised by members of the Register of Professional Archeologists and the European Association of Archaeologists currently practicing under similar conditions.
Within ten working days from the conclusion of each field investigation, a Summary Letter will be delivered to CLIENT and each archaeological site will be updated or recorded with the appropriate organization. A Draft Report will be provided to CLIENT within thirty working days from the date of the receipt of all analyses reports or thirty days from the date of the Summary Letter, whichever is later. The Final Report will be submitted to CLIENT within thirty working days after the approval of the Draft Report by CLIENT and the permitting Agent(s.)