Christophe Rivet PhD, Principal
With close to 20 years practice in heritage conservation as an archaeologist, planner, and policy advisor, Christophe Rivet brings a diversity of experiences from across Canada.
He worked for many years for Parks Canada, leading multi-disciplinary projects at national historic sites and national parks as well as developing pan-Canadian conservation standards for archaeological sites. He has also been actively involved in World Heritage matters, more recently as the project manager for the successful nomination of the Landscape of Grand Pré WHS. Christophe has extensive hands on experience working with communities, various levels of government and First Nations. He is an active member of ICOMOS Canada.
He holds a doctorate from the University of Leicester, a master's in heritage conservation from the Université de Montréal, and a bachelor's in anthropology/ archaeology from McGill University.
Cultural Spaces Consulting can bring to a team or project, professionals with varied backgrounds in history, archaeology, architecture, urban planning, anthropology, and environmental conservation. It has access to some of the best experts in the country.
Cultural Spaces Consulting is a network of practitioners in Canada with international experience in the conservation of a wide range of types of heritage.
We are planners, historians, conservation architects, archaeologists, anthropologists, art historians, policy advisors, sustainable tourism experts, environmental specialists working together.
Cultural Spaces Consulting has access to licensed translators and editors and can provide services in English, French, and Spanish. Other languages may be available.