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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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‘Colonising a Royal Landscape’ is officially launched!

December 2018 saw the publication of another massive Rubicon project which was excavated during the road building programme in Ireland during the noughties. The Mullaghmast project was part of the M9 motorway project which connected Waterford and Dublin. Rubicon undertook the excavations on the section from just south of Carlow town to Kilcullen in County […]

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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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Archaeology and the historic trams of Edinburgh

http://www.rubiconheritage.com/ Transport for the masses: the Historic Trams of Edinburgh Archaeology does not always deal with the distant past. Buried remains from the last century can provide exciting information about the development of our society in a way that is very relevant to modern populations.¬†Over the last couple of years, Rubicon Heritage Services has undertaken […]

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Rubicon leads the way with staff development!

As part of our ongoing commitment to staff development, Rubicon Heritage is sponsoring Rachel Morgan to undertake a Postgraduate Certificate in Leadership. Rachel is one of the Project Officers in our Cardiff office and has recently enrolled in the Leadership and Management programme run by Construction Futures Wales. This course is jointly accredited by Cardiff […]

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