What I Do & How Much It Costs

Peer Reviews

I’ve done peer review work for municipalities and regional governments. This involves taking the work of another heritage consultant, reviewing the consultant’s approach, research, analyses, and conclusions and commenting on same. It’s important to realize that I don’t work as an advocate. That means I do my best to assess any resource or document as objectively as possible with lots of reasons to back up assertions or conclusions. Because I don’t work as an advocate I will usually provide prospective clients with preliminary opinions before beginning a project.

The cost of a peer review is difficult to estimate because it depends on the depth (and length) of the subject document and the complexity of the issues involved. Most single-property documents have been successfully reviewed for less than $3,000; sometimes as little as half of that.

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