ECF’s Kolinio Moce is a former senior technical officer at the Fiji Museum. Consequently, ECF is able to provide preliminary cultural/archaeological site survey services which includes a site inspection and consultation of national databases held by the Fiji Museum and Native Lands Commission. If a site is discovered or suspected. ECF then works closely with the Fiji Museum to complete the assessment for the development.
In addition to the archaeological assessments that forms an integral part of all EIA’s completed by Environment Consultants, some of the many independent archaeological assessments completed by ECF and its associates include:
- 2014 JICA Screening of 9 mini-hydro sites
- 2005 Mapping and recording of burial site – proposed Mango Bay resort
- 2005 Recording of cultural sites at Vunabaka Bay, Malolo – proposed resort
- 2003 Mapping of cultural site on Yaukuve I. – proposed resort
- 2002 Naidiri Hill Fort, Nadroga – archaeological mapping in relation to a quarry proposal
- 1991 Vidawa Hill Fort, Bouma, Taveuni – complete site mapping for restoration;
- 1989 Tavuni Hill Fort, Nadroga – complete site mapping for restoration, followed by restoration planning and implementation;
- 1988 Survey of the Sites of Cultural and Archaeological Significance within the Paget Mining Prospect, Naqwalimare, Sigatoka Valley.
- 1987 Survey of historic and archaeological sites to examine potential for tourism and preservation; Tourism Council of the South Pacific