Biography Benjamin Holthof is a Heritage Planner and Environmental Assessment Specialist focused on heritage. He is a heritage consultant, museum specialist and marine archaeologist with over 15 years of experience in heritage planning, consulting, museum and archive curation and archaeology. Ben has experience consulting in cultural heritage evaluation and impact assessment, heritage documentation, heritage conservation planning, cultural strategic planning, cultural heritage policy review and historic research. He has experience evaluating and documenting a wide range of cultural heritage resources including; cultural landscapes, commercial, industrial, institutional and residential properties and areas. He has completed cultural heritage reports for large electrical transmission, road, water and wastewater and pipeline corridor environmental assessment projects. He has completed cultural heritage reports in urban, suburban, and rural environments. Many of his projects have been on infrastructure such as wharves, bridges and dams. Ben is experienced in museum collections management, policy development, exhibit development and public interpretation. Ben is also a maritime terrestrial archaeologist having worked on terrestrial and underwater sites.
Academic Credentials MPl, MMA
Expertise archaeology, environmental_assessment, museums, planning
Chapter Ontario and Nunavut