Solar Energy & Archaeology in Ireland

Ireland is in the midst of major investment into solar energy, an important source of renewable power. Rubicon have developed specific expertise in managing the archaeological elements of solar array developments for our clients, and have carried out work on a significant number of these planned sites. Rubicon Heritage Director Trish Long provides an outline […]

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Rubicon Heritage UK Crew

Rubicon Heritage Celebrate Two Major UK Milestones

We were delighted to mark two major milestones for our UK operations this September. The month saw us reach 150 successfully completed projects, and also marked the point where our team has expanded to more than 50 staff across the UK. In September alone we have been on the ground in Glamorgan, Monmouthshire, Bristol, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Edinburgh and Suffolk. Our current […]

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Stephen O'Shea, Rubicon Sales Manager

Stephen O’Shea Joins Rubicon Heritage

Rubicon Heritage are delighted to announce a new addition to our team, with Stephen O’Shea coming on board as the company’s new Sales Manager. Stephen’s appointment is in response to the growing levels of opportunities that Rubicon are developing throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland. He brings with him a wealth of sales experience, having […]

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Heritage Centenary Sites of Rebel County Cork

Heritage Centenary Sites of Rebel County Cork Book Made Free Online

In 2016 Rubicon were commissioned by Cork County Council to research and write a book on the heritage sites in Co. Cork relating to the revolutionary period. It was a fantastic project to be involved in, and we are delighted that the Council have now decided to make the publication freely available to everyone online. […]

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Digital Facial Reconstruction of Tudor Dubliner with intermediate modelling stages shown on left

Revealing the Face of Tudor Dublin

In July 2014 archaeologists from Rubicon Heritage, monitoring Luas Cross City Utilities Works for GMC Ltd. on behalf of Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) uncovered a series of burials during works at College Green. A total of five burials were identified within a utilities trench located just north of the main entrance to Trinity College. Two […]

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