All ARCE conservation work is documented in written reports by the directors of the individual projects.
These reports record the condition of the site, object, or monument immediately prior to the intervention, describe the steps taken to conserve it (and how those decisions were arrived at), and outline the results of the intervention.
On completion of the projects, final project reports, together with all supporting documentation, both visual and written, are archived in ARCE's Cairo office and/or U.S. office.
The reports are filed with the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities and with the United States Agency for International Development (under grants from which these projects are funded).
While ARCE intends to publish and/or digitize many of these reports in the future, currently several are only available to scholars and researchers for limited inspection on advance written request.