News

2020 was an interesting year to say the least. We thought we’d take some time to look at the numbers and how our business has fared, especially with the spanner of COVID-19 thrown into the works. In 2020 Headland began 347 projects, which is more or...

You may have seen a few job advertisements from us recently looking for geoarchaeologists and other post-excavation roles. Headland have continued our expansion of our post-ex capabilities since our last blog and today we have two new additions to the Headland post-ex team to introduce. [caption...

Headland have added another monograph to our publication roster! ‘Worcester Magistrates Court: Excavation of Romano-British homes and industry at Castle Street’ details the results of archaeological excavations on the periphery of the Roman ‘small town’ at Worcester which revealed extensive evidence for timber-framed buildings, probably...

[caption id="attachment_48152" align="alignleft" width="266"] Learning and Development Coordinator Ian Henry[/caption] Headland’s Learning and Development Coordinator Ian Henry writes about the implementation and development of an effective learning culture and how we’ve been delivering training to our staff across all levels. Competency and skills are critical for business...

As you may have seen previously every year Headland produce a back page for the CIfA (Chartered Institute for Archaeologists) Yearbook. This year we wanted to get across the message of Headland as a reliable and trustworthy contractor that clients can be confident with to...

Last summer we heard from one of our post-excavation staff about her experience attending a conference for her continued professional development. Now we have another entry from one of our illustrators, Eleanor Winter, speaking about her experience at the Digital Past Conference 2020. I'm Ellie and...

2019 was a landmark year for Headland with a significant expansion to our teams and capabilities. While our RSK colleagues in Consultancy have been the main news we have also been focussing recently on expanding our other teams, with an emphasis on the Post-excavation department. In...

Headland would like to announce the retirement of our Managing Director Dr. Tim Holden and Consultancy Director Dr. Chris Lowe. While we are very sad to see them go, we are confident they leave the company in competent hands. Russel Coleman will step up to...

GREAT NEWS! The draft accounts are in for 2018-19 and we are pleased to announce Headland’s annual discretionary bonus. For eligible staff this will amount to approximately 8% of annual earnings. The Board of Directors has always been keen on the concept of profit-sharing and we...

At Headland we prioritise the continual the professional development of our staff; whether this is through our internal training program or facilitating their attendance of conferences and workshops. Earlier this summer, Anna, one of our post-excavation staff, took part in the Study Group for Roman...