Vancouver | Terrace | Vancouver Island | Prince Rupert

Archaeology for good.

We're helping improve heritage resource management

One of our Principals, Dr. Jenny Botica, being interviewed at the BC Natural Resources about the reciprocal value when archaeologists and First Nations work hand in hand.

Ethical archaeology is good for business.


We believe heritage has value for everyone. Our conservation approach involves low-impact fieldwork and education for clients, the public, and ourselves.

Social responsibility

Archaeology connects First Nations to their past, informs their present, and safeguards their future. We're privileged to work with and for First Nations to achieve their goals for heritage sovereignty.

Economic viability

Our close relationships to the communities we live in, and the First Nations entrusting us with their heritage, means that our projects run more smoothly, are completed sooner, and cost less. Why? Because we believe early consultation, inclusion, and transparency are good for business. And it's the right thing to do.

Our people are the best in the field. And everywhere else.

Decades of experience in all areas of the province and around the world


Our senior staff have between 15 and 25 years of experience, and mentor more junior employees.

Professional membership and accreditation


We are Professional Members of the BC Association Consulting Archaeologists. We are also BC Forest Safe certified, and members of the Register of Professional Archaeologists and Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals. Our marine archaeologist is a member of the Diver Certification Board of Canada.

Multi-disciplinary team


We have specialists on staff including lithic analysts, dendrochronologists, osteologists, faunal analysts, and the only commercially certified professional marine archaeologist in the province.


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Kleanza Consulting Ltd.