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Rubicon’s Quality Assurance Recognition

Rubicon Heritage Services were recently confirmed as a Registered Organisation by the Institute for Archaeologists, the first Irish based company to be admitted to this quality assurance scheme. Following a rigorous assessment process, the IfA have determined that Rubicon have demonstrated the requisite skills to provide informed and reliable advice; execute schemes of work appropriate […]

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The Hackness Gun Battery in Orkney: Napoleon, Pirates, Sir Walter Scott and Fenians!

Some of the staff at Rubicon have a particular interest in conflict archaeology sites, which often provide us with an intriguing insight into how people and communities lived and dealt with conflict in the past. Here Rubicon Managing Director Colm Moloney tells the story of the Hackness Gun Battery in Orkney, which he excavated in […]

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Rubicon Heritage Expands into Scotland

Rubicon Heritage Services, an archaeology firm which has recently announced its expansion into Scotland, has reported a growth in the archaeology industry. Colm Moloney, Managing Director at Rubicon Heritage Services, has announced the company’s expansion into Scotland has been a success. We were delighted to get the opportunity recently to work with Murray Cook of […]

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Rubicon Geophysics on the Hunt for Scotland’s Early Church Sites

Rubicon are always keen to be involved in outreach projects,¬†especially¬†when it involves getting the local community involved. Our latest opportunity saw Rubicon Geophysics team up with Stirling County Council to explore two church sites in the city known as ‘Gateway to the Highlands.’ Rubicon’s Scott Harrison describes the work… We were delighted to get the […]

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