Scott Rogerson, M.A., RPA, RPCA,

Scott Rogerson, M.A., RPA, RPCA,

Scott Rogerson, M.A., RPA, RPCA,

Archaeological Project Manager – Archaeology Manager

Meet Scott

Scott Rogerson completed his M.A. at the University of Birmingham focusing on Landscape Archaeology, GIS and Virtual Landscapes. Mr. Rogerson has over ten years of archaeological experience in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Greece, Cyprus, Ireland and the Near East. He is an archaeological permit holder in Northeastern British Columbia, Northern Alberta, Yukon and the Northwest Territories and specializes in archaeological predictive modeling, as well as linear development assessments such as pipeline and power corridors. Mr. Rogerson also has experience in projects relating to oil and gas, energy, forestry, Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (MOTI), mining and aggregates. Additional experience within Canada includes working under Oil and Gas Commission legislation, Ministry of Forests, Land and Natural Resource Operations legislation, National Energy Board applications and Environmental Assessment Office applications (inclusive of workgroup meetings, AIRs and final reporting). Mr. Rogerson also has extensive experience with Aboriginal Engagement, Traditional Land Use assessments (TLU), Traditional and Ecological Knowledge assessments (TEK) and the incorporation of community consultation into Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA).

Mr. Rogerson is a member of the Canadian Archaeological Association (CAA) and the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) and is a professional member of the Register of Professional Archaeologists and the Vice President of the British Columbia Association of Professional Archaeologists. To use the Roy Northern UAV for Environmental applications, Scott has completed successfully the Civil and Commercial UAS Training Course and acquired the Restricted Operator Certificate – Aeronautical (ROC-A) through the Canadian Centre for Unmanned Vehicle Systems based out of Medicine Hat, Alberta.