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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.  Surveyor using a reflectorless EDM with PenMap software Morenish Chapel is a fine example of a […]

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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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Biting the Bullet: The Archaeology of ‘Musketballs’

The ‘musketball’ was for many decades one of the most neglected of archaeological finds. They often went virtually unanalysed, tucked away at the back of a finds report and warranting only a fleeting mention. However, the growth of battlefield and conflict archaeology has led to a wave of new research that is rapidly changing our […]

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Cork Archaeology Firm Crosses its Rubicon

Headland Archaeology (Ireland) Ltd, Ireland´s premier archaeological consultancy is delighted to announce a fresh start as it is now under new ownership. The company management has agreed terms with Headland Group Ltd for the purchase of the subsidiary. This will be rebranded as Rubicon Heritage Services over the next three months. The new owners, all […]

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I Am Just Going Outside and May Be Some Time….The Rubicon Christmas Field Trip

Some months ago we brought you the intrepid adventures of some of our office-based archaeologists, who struggled with the reality of suddenly being thrust back into the field for excavation duties. Entitled Legion of the Damned, the post charted the optimism, enthusiasm and ultimately the bodily destruction of those involved. As today is our Christmas Party we […]

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