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Rubicon Heritage Flickr Page

As part of our ongoing process of dissemination we have revamped and relaunched the Rubicon Flickr Page. We will be regularly expanding and adding to this over the coming weeks and months with images from our work throughout the UK and Ireland. Much of what is currently displayed highlights some of our illustration, finds photography […]

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A New Addition to Our UK Support Team

We are delighted to welcome back Claire Shepherd to the Rubicon team. Claire takes up the position of Business Support Manager in the UK, based in our Edinburgh Office. Claire is back for her second stint with the company, having taken time out for a ‘World Tour’ of Malta– and Inverness– before returning to the […]

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Rubicon at the Landscape Survey Group Conference, Shrewsbury

The annual conference of the Landscape Survey Group will be taking place on Friday 18th September and Saturday 19th September in Shrewsbury. Rubicon’s Enda O’Flaherty will be speaking on ‘Seeing the woods for the trees’: topographical survey in the woodlands and forests of Scotland, a talk based on recent work we carried out on a […]

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New Rubicon Project Manager in Wales

Rubicon are delighted to announce the recent appointment of a new permanent staff member in our Cardiff office, where Dave Gilbert joins us as a Project Manager. He has hit the ground running, and is already adding his expertise to a number of our ongoing Welsh projects. Dave has exceptional experience across the heritage sector; […]

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New Rubicon UK Project Supervisor

Rubicon are pleased to announce that Callum Allsop has joined the Rubicon Heritage (UK) Ltd team. Callum is appointed as Project Supervisor and is based out of the company’s Edinburgh Office. Callum has several years’ experience working as a commercial archaeologist, having worked on archaeological projects throughout the UK as well as on the island […]

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