PGAS HERITAGE

ARE SPECIALIST HERITAGE CONSULTANTS

PGAS HERITAGE

ARE SPECIALIST HERITAGE CONSULTANTS

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SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT UNIT Our extensive experience in European and African conditions enable us to assist clients in socio-economic baseline studies, resettlement project in compliance with IFC standards.
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GRAVE RELOCATION UNIT As a dedicated team of professionals and technicians, we enable project integration of world-class specialist services in grave relocations and the management of human remains.
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HERITAGE UNIT Implementing sound scientific principles and modern technology, our heritage unit offer service in heritage management such as archaeology, historical studies, sacred site management and cultural heritage management plans.

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SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT UNIT

Our extensive experience in European and African conditions enable us to assist clients in socio-economic baseline studies, resettlement project in compliance with IFC standards.

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GRAVE RELOCATION UNIT

As a dedicated team of professionals and technicians we enable project integration of world class specialist services in grave relocations and the management of human remains.

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HERITAGE UNIT

Implementing sound scientific principles and modern technology, our heritage unit offer service in heritage management such as archaeology, historical studies, sacred site management and cultural heritage management plans.

20 YEARS OF WORK EXPERIENCE

INDEPENDENT HERITAGE CONSULTANCY

PGAS Heritage is an independent heritage consultancy providing advice and solutions to public and private sector. We have a presence in Portugal, South Africa, Mozambique and Lesotho, thus enabling us to serve the need of our clients in European and African continents. Our unique understanding of the African business and social environment allows us to provide a tailored product that releases to all product stakeholders.

COMPANY OBJECTIVES

To act on behalf of the client and communicate with the relevant communities and the next of kin affected by development.

COMPANY VALUE

We practice compassion in our daily business to bring contentment to our clients and everybody that is affected our business.

OUR VISION

To render a professional service, adhering to laws and legislation, while recognising that these services are sensitive to authorities.

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

At PGS we believe in social responsibility and we direct our initiatives towards the communities we work in.

OUR TEAM HAS EXPERIENCE

IN PORTUGAL, SOUTHERN, CENTRAL, AND EAST AFRICA

OUR OFFERING
UNIQUE HERITAGE AND COMMODITY SECTORAL INTEGRATION

Water and reticulation | Infrastructure |Coal | Oil & gas | Gold | Diamond | Graphite | Iron ore | Copper | Nickel | Platinum

Coal | Oil & gas | Gold | Diamond | Graphite
Iron ore | Copper | Nickel | Platinum

Coal | Oil & gas | Gold | Diamond | Graphite
Iron ore | Copper | Nickel | Platinum

OUR OFFERING
UNIQUE HERITAGE AND COMMODITY SECTORAL INTEGRATION

Water and reticulation | Infrastructure |Coal | Oil & gas | Gold | Diamond | Graphite | Iron ore | Copper | Nickel | Platinum

Coal | Oil & gas | Gold | Diamond | Graphite
Iron ore | Copper | Nickel | Platinum

Coal | Oil & gas | Gold | Diamond | Graphite
Iron ore | Copper | Nickel | Platinum

COMPANY OVERVIEW
PGAS HERITAGE

PGAS Heritage – a coming together of two leading African heritage consultancies brings specialised knowledge to clients on heritage and socio-econimic issues.

 

OUR TOP PROJECTS

We are partners in the heritage field we are proud to be associated with:

PGAS is involved in the MLNGP since 2016 starting with the development of a Grave Relocation Action Plan (GRAP) as part of the resettlement activities associated with the project.  We started with the implementation of the GRAP in January 2018 and is continuously involved in the grave relocation for the project.

Our team was appointed in 2014 by the South African department of Water and sanitation to implement the archeological management plan associated with the raising of the Clanwilliam Dam wall. We conducted extensive documentation of landscapes, historical and colonial period structures, excavated and analysed 22 archaeological sites, documented 29 rock art sites and relocated 70 graves. We have also completed the successful removal and relocation of two rock art panels. Along with the archaeological and historical documentation, we initiated the Clanwilliam Dam Community Project, that was ably managed by the Children’s Book Network and The Clanwilliam Living Landscape.

Our teams are currently working on this 5-year implementation project for the development of a Cultural Heritage Management Plan (CHMP) for the Polihali Dam as part of the Phase 2 Lesotho Highlands Project. The project consists of the development of a CHMP through the documentation of the archaeology, history and intangible heritage of the affected landscape.

Heritage/Archaeological Impact Study of the project “Nacala-Chiuta Railway” including the provinces of Nampula, Zambézia and Tete (Mozambique) – with an extent of more than 1000km

OUR TOP PROJECTS

We are partners in the heritage field we are proud to be associated with:

PGAS is involved in the MLNGP since 2016 starting with the development of a Grave Relocation Action Plan (GRAP) as part of the resettlement activities associated with the project.  We started with the implementation of the GRAP in January 2018 and is continuously involved in the grave relocation for the project.

Our team was appointed in 2014 by the South African department of Water and sanitation to implement the archeological management plan associated with the raising of the Clanwilliam Dam wall. We conducted extensive documentation of landscapes, historical and colonial period structures, excavated and analysed 22 archaeological sites, documented 29 rock art sites and relocated 70 graves. We have also completed the successful removal and relocation of two rock art panels. Along with the archaeological and historical documentation, we initiated the Clanwilliam Dam Community Project, that was ably managed by the Children’s Book Network and The Clanwilliam Living Landscape.

Our teams are currently working on this 5-year implementation project for the development of a Cultural Heritage Management Plan (CHMP) for the Polihali Dam as part of the Phase 2 Lesotho Highlands Project. The project consists of the development of a CHMP through the documentation of the archaeology, history and intangible heritage of the affected landscape.

Heritage/Archaeological Impact Study of the project “Nacala-Chiuta Railway” including the provinces of Nampula, Zambézia and Tete (Mozambique) – with an extent of more than 1000km