archaeology, Archaeological, Archaeologist
Illustrated documentation of all work and findings. This can be supplemented with site visits, presentations, lectures for schools and adult education classes
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Archiving of archaeological reports and artefacts: all project designs will include provision, by arrangement, for the archiving of records, reports and artefacts.
Historic Building Survey: a photographic and drawn survey prior to, and possibly during, demolition, conversion or refurbishment.
Archaeological excavation: preservation by record for areas of significant archaeology for which no mitigation strategy is available.
Assessment of the archaeological potential of an area based on physical evidence.
Watching briefs: monitoring work in progress, recording features or finds of cultural heritage significance that may be revealed during ground disturbance in an area previously highlighted as being of potential archaeological significance.
Mitigation strategies aimed at dealing with known or potential archaeology.
Desk-based assessment of the known archaeology within a given area.
Consultancy for developers and impartial advice on archaeological matters.
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