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The historic origins of Edinburgh’s Gorgie are being revealed as Headland's team digs into the foundations of an industrial mill. The site is being excavated in advance of redevelopment for student accommodation by ‘UK Student Accommodation 1 Limited’ in response to a condition of planning...

We take Health and Safety extremely seriously and aim, not only to comply with industry best-practice but to exceed expectations. Archaeology is part of the planning process and must be aligned with the construction industries zero accident expectations. One of the less acknowledged risks of our profession...

We are very keen to find ways for the new generation of archaeologists to get the training and experience they need to embark on a career in commercial archaeology. As part of Headland's initiative to communicate with and ultimately attract graduates into the business we have set up...

We are continuously working to improve efficiencies by investing in advancing technologies. As heritage professionals, our focus is to produce a cohesive record of the findings we uncover during excavation for future generations. Traditionally these would have been recorded using hand drawings, written descriptions and...

The health, safety and welfare of those working on construction sites have been outlined in the reviewed Construction (Design and Management) (CDM) Regulations 2015. They place specific legal responsibilities and duties on clients, designers, principal contractors, contractors and principal designers throughout the length of construction projects...

Headland Archaeology have produced an information leaflet that is being sent to our clients to remind them that we are now entering a phase in the agricultural cycle where trial trenching and geophysical survey is easier to undertake on arable land (see diagram below). The impact...

The success of our South & East office, since opening in 2010, has seen us grow in skills, experience and staff. Joining the team this spring is new Project manager Tony Walsh. He has 27 years’ experience in commercial archaeology, working in a number of key roles....

Representing a pioneering advancement for the archaeology industry, Headland Archaeology, has become one of the first to embrace and align its invaluable specialist discipline with Building Information Modelling (BIM), widely accepted as an unavoidable key component of the future of construction. With all professions across the Built...

We are delighted to announce that Headland Archaeology has expanded to open a new office in Leeds. The company has seen substantial growth in the last year, securing £4.5m in new business across our existing office network, and we are seizing the opportunity for further...