Archaeological fieldwork

We carry out fieldwork projects of every type and size. Many of these are organised in response to a condition imposed as part of a grant of planning permission.

Such work can include:

  • Watching Briefs - Examination of ground disturbance in the course of development and recording of any archaeology that might be revealed.
  • Evaluations - Designed to test the archaeological potential of an area, most often by the excavation of trial trenches.
  • Excavation - Carried out to make a full record of important archaeological sites.
  • Building Recording - Creating a permanent record of historic features of a building, especially where they will be destroyed or altered, or are revealed, during redevelopment.
  • Updated: 23 Dec 2014