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Red River Archaeology! A new chapter for Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd in the UK

Red River Archaeology Ltd launched as the new trading arm of Rubicon Heritage Services in the UK

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Historic Building Survey at Morenish Chapel

A survey team from Rubicon Heritage Services recently completed an historic building survey of a fascinating building on the banks of Loch Tay in Scotland. The survey consisted of measured drawings of the external elevations together with rectified photography.  Morenish Chapel is a fine example of a memorial chapel with richly symbolic crafted decoration to […]

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Rubicon Scotland Survey

Whisky Galore on the Water of Leith!

A common aspect of the work of Rubicon Heritage is the recording of historic buildings in advance of redevelopment. A recent project on the outskirts of Edinburgh near Currie produced some interesting results and added to our understanding of how important the Water of Leith was as a source of power for a variety of […]

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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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Rubicon's Enda O'Flaherty undertaking the geophysical survey for the show (Dragonshead)

Rubicon on Medieval Dead, Yesterday Channel, 7PM

Tonight at 7pm on the Yesterday Channel (Sky Channel 537) the new episode of the Medieval Dead will air, hosted by Dr. Tim Sutherland of the University of York. The show, produced by Dragonhead Productions, is now in its third series, and tonight’s episode concentrates on the Gall Óglaigh, the famed Irish Gallowglass warriors who traced their origins to […]

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