Archaeological Project Management:
- Archaeological Impact Assessments
- Developing Mitigation Strategies
Field Services includes:
- Burial Archaeology
- Evaluation (Trial Trenching): involves opening trenches covering a sample of the surface area of the site to find out what type of remains are present and their date.
- Watching Briefs: this is where an archaeologist monitors ground-works to identify and examine any archaeological finds.
- Geo-Archaeological Survey: this can involve auguring, coring and the excavation of deep test pits by mechanical excavator to look for deeply buried archaeological remains.
- Field-walking Survey: involves the systematic examination of ploughed fields searching for ancient finds.
- Geophysical Survey: provides a rapid and cost effective method of seeing whether archaeological remains are present over large areas.
- Topographical and Earthwork Survey provides accurate plan or map and reports on the condition of the landscape
- Photographic Survey
- Artefact Analysis and Identification
- Conservation Consultation
- Graphics and Illustration