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Every year Headland produce a back page advertisement for the CIfA (Chartered Institute for Archaeologists) Yearbook. This year we wanted to reflect on how far we've come as a company from the four man band that started things in 1996 to today where we manage...

It’s now three months since Headland Archaeology became a part of the RSK group so it’s probably not a bad time to provide an update on how things are going. [caption id="attachment_47924" align="alignleft" width="375"] Our new colleagues from the RSK team[/caption] Headland has joined a much larger...

Earlier this year we announced to staff that, as a part of our on-going commitment to everyone’s health and well-being, all Headland employees will benefit from Medicash, a Cash Plan health insurance program. This plan reimburses employees for healthcare expenses which fall outside of the NHS...

In 2009 Headland staff excavated a previously unknown section of the medieval cemetery associated with South Leith Parish Church on Constitution Street in Edinburgh. These works were carried out in advance of the then expected construction of the Edinburgh Tram line to Leith and Newhaven. These...

From 2012 to 2016 Headland conducted archaeological works as a part of the enabling works and construction of the AWPR/B-T. These works included geophysical and topographic surveys, historic building surveys, fieldwalking, environmental coring, evaluations and excavations at multiple sites along the route. The results of...

Headland Archaeology is excited to announce that it has joined forces with RSK Group Ltd, the UK’s leading integrated environmental, engineering and technical services business. The acquisition was formally agreed on 8 March 2019. The acquisition comes when the archaeology and heritage sector has never been...

Headland is pleased to announce the recent appointment of James McCaffery in the role of Learning & Development/Training Coordinator. As we expand we have taken this, initially part-time, position and turned it into a full time role. This a part of our plan to grow...

From October 2013 to March 2016 Headland Archaeology undertook archaeological work at the site of the A96 Park and Choose Scheme, Walton Road, Dyce, Aberdeen; this work was commissioned and funded by Aberdeen City Council in response to a planning condition. Prior to the excavation,...

Since its inception in 2015 the Headland Geophysics department, based in the Headland North office in Leeds, has been on an upward trajectory and is showing no sign of slowing down as we head towards 2019. We have recently secured contracts for four major infrastructure...