Facilities assessments and planning service request
The Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) undertakes general surveys and technical assessments of facilities to identify risks to objects and collections, and can assist in resolving technical issues.
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What you need before starting
There are 4 pages on the form. Page 1 (below) is your contact information, page 2 requires detailed information about your request, page 3 allows you to attach supporting documentation, and page 4 allows you to review your request before submitting it.
Before starting to fill out this form, please ensure that you have all of the following information, which will be required on page 2 of the request form:
- Nature of assessment
- Anticipated benefits and uses of the results of this assessment
- Facility areas of focus
- Address of facility
- Number of buildings to be reviewed
- Description of the facility
- Heritage designations
- Preferred site visit date
- Alternate site visit date
- Report deadline (if applicable)
Personal information collection statement
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The personal information you include in an inquiry may be used to prepare a reply. The personal information is collected pursuant to the provision of the Department of Canadian Heritage enabling statutes. Such information may be used for statistical, evaluation and reporting purposes. The information is collected under the authority of paragraph 4(2)(k) of the Department of Canadian Heritage Act, and how this personal information is used is described in Standard Personal Information Bank PSU 914 (Public Communications). The information may be shared with programs and activities of the Department of Canadian Heritage should your inquiry pertain to a specific program or activity of the Department of Canadian Heritage. In such cases, the information is included in the personal information bank of the program or activity.
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The transmission of this information is not secure so sensitive personal information, such as your Social Insurance Number, should not be included in your message.
If after reading this statement, you prefer not to submit your inquiry via the Internet, you may use one of the following methods:
- By Telephone: 613-998-3721 (Toll-free: 1-866-998-3721 (Canada))
- By Mail or in person at:
Canadian Conservation Institute
1030 Innes Road
Ottawa, Ontario K1B 4S7
- Teletypewriter: 1-819-997-3123 (toll-free)
Any questions, comments, concerns or complaints you may have regarding the administration of the Privacy Act and privacy policies regarding the Canadian Conservation Institute Website may be directed to our Access to Information and Privacy Coordinator at Canadian Heritage:
Director, Access to Information and Privacy Secretariat
25, Eddy Street, 3rd level, Gatineau, Quebéc K1A 0M5
If you are not satisfied with our response to your privacy concern, you may wish to contact the Office of the Privacy Commissioner .
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