Kirsty Dingwall

Kirsty Dingwall

Kirsty Dingwall

Kirsty Dingwall

Project Manager

Kirsty has 15 years’ experience in commercial archaeology. She joined Headland Archaeology in 2001 and is now a Project Manager. In this role, she manages projects from the initial project design stage to post excavation ensuring effective completion adhering to time and budget pressures. She has particular expertise in overseeing large-scale linear infrastructure projects and renewable energy projects, and has considerable experience of working directly with engineers to achieve design solutions to archaeological issues. She is passionate about working towards better understanding between clients, consultants and contractors.

In addition, Kirsty was the principal researcher for the recent project to complete the post-excavation work and publication of the Ritchie excavations at Whithorn Priory in 1957–67, now published as a Historic Scotland monograph. In 2010 Kirsty took part in a secondment to Historic Scotland as a cultural resources adviser, where she was responsible for the presentation and interpretation of archaeological sites to the public as well as advising on the archaeological implications of conservation work.

She has worked on numerous sites throughout Scotland, England and Ireland and has been involved in a number of large projects for the company, such as the A4/A5 Road in Northern Ireland, the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route, the Forth Replacement Crossing and Clyde Wind Farm

Kirsty’s Featured Projects

Location: Scotland, Sector: Transport, Service: Contracting, Service: Evaluation, Service: Excavation, Service: Finds, Service: Palaeoenvironmental Analysis, Service: Publication, Service: Specialist
Location: Scotland, Sector: Power Generation/Distribution, Service: Archaeological Clerk of Works, Service: Consultancy, Service: Contracting, Service: EIA, Service: Evaluation, Service: Excavation, Service: Expert Witness, Service: Feasibility Study, Service: Monitoring, Service: Specialist