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Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd is delighted to announce the appointment of Trish Long as Managing Director

Trish Long takes on the role of Managing Director at #Rubicon

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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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Solar Farm developments and archaeology in Ireland

In recent months the number of solar photovoltaic (PV) projects (or solar farms) being put forward for development in Ireland has increased significantly. Assessing the impacts on archaeology has proven to be a significant element of the associated planning process. With no clear instruction from the National Monument Service to the local planning authorities or […]

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The Launch of the Irish Business Network Scotland

Our Managing Director, Colm Moloney, has taken on the role of Chairman of the Irish Business Network Scotland (IBNS) which will be launched tonight in Edinburgh Castle. The IBNS has three primary objectives: To facilitate better communication, connectivity and collaboration between the business communities of Ireland and Scotland. To provide a forum to assist entrepreneurs […]

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Rubicon Heritage Adopt Skills Passport in UK & Ireland

As part of our continuing commitment to the Continued Professional Development of our teams across the UK and Ireland, Rubicon are pleased to announce that we are rolling out the Archaeological Skills Passport for all our staff. Developed by David Connolly of BAJR, the passport is intended to assist towards professional accreditation, help to identify career gaps, and […]

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