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EverSite's Mission Statement

Putting the present in service of the past to preserve and protect both civil infrastructure and Canada’s heritage sites.

EverSite had its inception in the heritage management sector, wherein the need for long term monitoring of historic and archaeological resources is well known but rarely undertaken due to both the expense and loss of corporate knowledge. In response, EverSite developed a monitoring system consisting of an App (with geolocational capabilities) and online cloud database that allows for the recording of past and present damages and repairs to sites and standing structures. The online database can be interrogated, which allows for patterns and trends in damages and repairs to be identified and assist with proactive management plans. The EverSite system was initially tested and applied at a large industrial heritage structure, the Brooks Aqueduct National and Provincial Historic Site. The success of this project highlighted the adaptability of the system to infrastructure sites with similar materials and issues. The EverSite system provides a comprehensive monitoring tool that is easily accessible, affordable, and adaptable for everything from large infrastructure, to buildings and heritage sites.

In EverSite's commitment to heritage, profits from these projects will be used to fund Capture2Preserv an intiative to digitally preserve and promote the heritage of Canada.


Where the Passion Begins



Chief Executive Officer

Peter is one of the co-founders of EverSite and is the Head of the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology at the University of Calgary. Peter specialises in 3D technologies and their application to historical and archaeological resources.



Chief Technology Officer

XF Peng is one of the co-founders of EverSite and has over twenty years of experience providing IT solutions in US and Canada on cloud computing, big data analytics,  Identity and Assessment Management (IAM), enterprise software design and development with scalability, reusability and security.  Dr. Peng is a chair for the IIEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining  and an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology at the University of Calgary.



Chief Information Officer

Christina is one of the co-founders of EverSite and has over 20 years of experience in cultural heritage resource management, GIS, and 3D data collection. Christina is passionate about bring technology into heritage management and working with developers and resource managers to ensure the longevity of our collective heritage.



Consulting Conservationist and Heritage Adviser

Alireza Farrokhi is the Head of Conservation and Construction Services with Alberta Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women responsible for heritage conservation and environmental management of provincially owned designated historic resources. This includes more than 300 historic structures and assemblies at 23 historic sites. Alireza holds a B.Sc. degree in Civil Engineering and an M.Sc. degree in Heritage conservation. For his PhD research, he focused on heritage documentation technologies and their impact on heritage conservation management.

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