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The Oregon Department of Transportation's Cultural Resources Program seeks to strike a balance between a growing transportation system and the protection of Oregon's significant cultural history.
Program staff aid the Federal Highway Administration in adhering to:
Program staff maintains a programmatic agreement with FHWA; Advisory Council on Historic Preservation and State Historic Preservation Office. This agreement outlines how ODOT handles cultural resource evaluations and determinations on all federally funded projects
Active list: Qualified Cultural Resources Consultants
Qualified Cultural Resources Consultants have completed required training, within the past two years, certifying the consultant to provide cultural resource documentation for ODOT's Statewide Transportation Improvement Projects or other projects using federal funding.
Interested in becoming qualified?
Consultants must attend the "ODOT - Cultural Resources Consultant Training for Qualification" course available through iLearn. Participants must complete the course with a passing score of 80 percent to be considered "qualified" to perform cultural resources work for ODOT.
Training is offered twice a year, every two years.
Consultants are required to renew their qualifications every two years.
Completion of this course is designed specifically for ODOT projects, and should not be used as a tool to hire consultants for other state agencies.
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