historic building recording Tag

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...

During works to replace class rooms at English Bicknor Primary School significant structural remains of a stone castle were uncovered. Gloucestershire County Council, Headland Archaeology and English Heritage were working together on the project at the school when a 2m high tower base was discovered in...

Headland Archaeology started the process of completing backlog publications from Hereford’s Archaeological Investigations Ltd with a recent article in Vernacular Architecture. The report by Andy Boucher outlined the results from a detailed hand-produced record of Pembridge Bell Tower, one of the oldest timber framed towers in...