Large-scale excavations at Four Crosses (Powys) in advance of the construction of the bypass (A483)
‘Strip, map and sample’ strategy on a site in Shrewsbury (Shropshire) where a rapid response was required.
Although small-scale evaluation trenches may form the majority of excavations, there is sometimes the need for larger excavations to be undertaken. This is usually a final phase of mitigation, involving the total excavation of an area in advance of development, in a situation where there are no other viable management options. The presence of significant archaeological remains will normally have been identified during the assessment phase through small-scale trial trenching.
Our core staff have considerable experience in managing excavation projects and through close links with a number of specialists we are able to offer a full range of specialist services, including conservation, finds analysis, dating, and palaeoenvironmental analysis.
For any enquiry about commercial services, please contact our Principal Archaeologist Nigel Jones in the first instance. Telephone: +44 (0)1938 553 670.