Flexible and Reliable

Services

Planning Advice
Built Heritage
Desk-Based Assessment
Evaluations
Excavations
GIS and Survey
Landscape Survey
Graphics and Interpretation
Heritage Management
Post Excavation
Watching Briefs

Project Profiles



Holme Lea, Bowes

Holme Lea, Bowes, Co. Durham:
Remains associated with both Roman and medieval, found during archaeological monitoring and excavation...
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Toft Green

Emergency Sewer Repair Works at Toft Green:
York's hidden Roman past mosiac found at Toft Green...
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Manchester Metrolink

Manchester Metrolink
NAA was asked to investigate a number of areas along the new route from Piccadilly station...
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St John's College

St John's College
The redevelopment of part of St John's College has recently given us the rare opportunity to investigate...
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Watching Briefs



A watching brief is a programme of archaeological monitoring and recording undertaken during preliminary groundworks, buildings strip or demolition. It is a condition regularly attached to planning consents, particularly where it is thought that archaeological remains of limited or unknown significance could potentially exist.

At NAA our project managers and watching brief staff are all highly skilled and experienced in this type of excavation. Whatever the size of the project, we will work closely with you to ensure good communication and avoid any unnecessary delays. We also offer you the peace of mind that if something unexpected does turn up, we are large enough to have the resources and infrastructure in place to deal with it, ensuring that any delays to your timetable are minimised.



How we can help

Planning Advice
Strip, Map and Sample Excavation
Area Excavation
Post Excavation Reporting and Analysis
Graphics and Interpretation

Contact

Oliver Cooper (01833) 690800
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