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consultancy

NG Archaeology offers a wide range of heritage consultancy services for our clients.

We can provide:

  • Written Schemes of Investigations (WSIs)

  • Desk-based assessments and site investigations for planning applications 

  • Heritage statements

archaeology

fieldwork

 

We can provide a wide range of fieldwork services including;

  • Archaeological evaluations

  • Trial Trenching

  • Watching briefs

  • Archaeological excavations

  • Building Recording

Post-excavation & Specialist 

services

NG Archaeology houses a team of diverse specialists and can provide;

  • Osteoarchaeological services

  • Illustration and graphic design

  • Data Structure Reports 

  • Final Reports

  • Publication Reports

 
 

Projects

October 16, 2019

The NG Archaeology Services team popped over to North Edinburgh Arts on the 14th and 16th October to show young children from the areas of Pilton, Muirhouse and Granton the adventures of archaeology. Snacks were also provided after the Monday workshop by the community staff.

We held two sessions for groups aged 5 to 8 and 9 to 12 respectively, each session lasting an hour. Over the introductory session we set up different table...

August 29, 2019

As a team we have, over the years, tried to articulate our stance with how we approach archaeology in the field and beyond, and how to consolidate, make safe and help flourish the voices of those from marginalised communities. With the rise of the #MeToo movement, and recent news, it has become important more than ever to reiterate our stance.

We all have a collective responsibility to respond to and prevent individuals from be...

June 13, 2019

In recent political and current events, it is our responsibility, as a company and individuals, to be inclusive, intersectional, and supportive of all our LGBTQ siblings and to do so expressly.

Supporting the LGBTQ community, is of course, more than rainbow marketing. It is ensuring that team members can be themselves and included in the workplace. It is ensuring real equality. In terms of archaeology, the voices of the LGBTQ c...

June 12, 2019

Walled gardens have one of the most apt functions which today many community groups are involved: the growing of fresh local produce for the kitchen table. This growing interest has meant walled gardens, once the property of the landed gentry or private school, still offer an insight into good garden practises for everyone. Our interest as archaeologists is both the practical; the glass houses and the heating within their wall...

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