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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...

The M74 publication on the Birth of Glasgow has won the Association for Industrial Archaeology’s award for 'Best Commercial Publication'. This was a multi-million pound project in the heart of Glasgow undertaken jointly by Headland Archaeology and JV partners Pre-Construct Archaeology with Michael Neville pulling...

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 commercial archaeologists, our focus is always about getting on to site and then off site as quickly as possible, working ever harder to deliver clients’ development programmes whilst meeting professional standards. But we also have a responsibility to make archaeology relevant to society and,...

The Newbridge chariot burial was always going to be a hard act to follow – but let’s talk forestry and upland survey because, in its own way, what we called the ‘forestry contract’ was to play a central role in the early success of the...