Experience & Qualifications
AS&G Archaeological Consulting (AS&G) is a fully Canadian owned and Toronto based company founded in 2011. Our staff are licensed by the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport (MTCS) to conduct archaeological assessments throughout the entire province. We offer an integrated team with the depth and range of experience to deal with any undertaking requiring archaeological expertise. Our staff have over 30 years of experience in cultural resource management projects throughout Ontario. Our fieldwork and reporting methodologies will not only meet all current archaeological assessment standards, as defined by the Ministry of Tourism, Culture & Sport, but will also achieve the objectives of the project in a thorough and cost-effective manner.
OWNER & PRINCIPAL ARCHAEOLOGIST
Norbert Stanchly is the Principal Archaeologist and Owner of AS&G Archaeological Consulting. Norbert has 30 years of experience in Ontario Cultural Resource Management (CRM), including four years as an Archaeology Review Officer with the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport (MTCS). Norbert has managed, directed and written hundreds of Stage 1 through Stage 4 archaeological assessments for submission to the MTCS. Norbert is also a leading expert in the field of Maya zooarchaeology and has published and presented papers, book chapters, and research reports at conferences throughout North and Central America and Europe.
Dan Savage is a licensed archaeologist [P489] with over a decade of field experience on projects from Ontario to the Near East and South Asia. He earned his Master’s degree in archaeology from Trent University in 2014 for his study on the development of hunting technologies at the transition to agriculture in the Near East. Dan has been involved with all manner of archaeological projects in Southern Ontario from 19th century households in the Niagara peninsula to Late Archaic and Early Woodland settlements in the Kawartha Lakes. He specializes in the application of mapping and digital imaging technologies to archaeology, including GIS, photogrammetry, and 3D modelling.
L. Renee Hendricks
Renee Hendricks is a licensed archaeologist (R1229) with five years of field experience in Belize and Ontario. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Texas State University in 2008, and her Master of Arts degree from Trent University in 2018, focusing on gender roles in Classic Maya art. Renee has been involved in the CRM industry within Ontario for four years, excavating mostly nineteenth century historic homesteads. She specializes in archival and historical research, with an ongoing interest in settler ceramic typologies.