Historic Building Surveys

By: Access Archaeology  05/06/2012
Keywords: archaeology, Archaeological, Archaeologist

A photographic and drawn survey prior to, and possibly during, demolition, conversion or refurbishment. The subsequent report will include an interpretation of the form and function of the building over time.

Keywords: Archaeological, Archaeologist, archaeology

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