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Over the last 18 months the number of infrastructure projects in the pipeline has increased significantly. We are finding once again that many of our experienced archaeologists, as well as support staff, are coming from overseas. On some sites over 70% of the field team...

Headland’s part in the UK’s largest archaeological project With our reputation for delivering on major infrastructure projects throughout the UK and Ireland we have been eagerly participating in projects such as the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon road upgrade and of course HS2. We have built up...

Business-focused archaeology. People-focused business. That’s what Headland represents, driven by our values and delivering the best we can. In March 2018, we gained accreditation from the Living Wage Foundation by making a voluntary commitment to pay the ‘real Living Wage’. This is a higher commitment and...

The Geophysical Survey Department at Headland Archaeology have just celebrated their 2nd birthday! The department is fast becoming one of the foremost geophysical survey teams in the UK with a reputation for rapid turnaround coupled with a high quality report. A major contributor to our success has...

We would like to introduce our new CIfA back cover and some of the thought that went into this years theme. In view of the scale of the infrastructure projects headed our way in 2016-7 the board identified ‘Partnerships’ as one of the key focal points...

As we saw in the introduction to this series of Headland highlights we started out in Edinburgh in 1996 but we were never just a Scottish company and, from the very start, we not only worked in Ireland and Northern Ireland but also across the...

We are extremely proud to have achieved ISO 9001:2008 certification. This international certification recognises that we operate a Quality Management System of the highest standard and that we have the appropriate quality policies, processes and procedures in place. Moreover, the certification recognises our commitment to continuous...

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...

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...