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New Director Appointed to Rubicon Board

Rubicon is delighted to welcome Bernie Carney to the Board of Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd

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Alan Taylor (President of Queens University Association Scotland), Charlie Flanagan TD (Minister for Foreign Affairs) and Colm Moloney (MD of Rubicon Heritage)

Exploring Scottish-Irish Relations in Edinburgh

Rubicon’s MD Colm Moloney is getting about these days! On 5th February he was invited to participate in a ‘Scottish-Irish Relations: A New Chapter’ event in Edinburgh, where aspects of the relationship between Ireland and Scotland were discussed, as were British-Irish relations in general. The main address was given by Ireland’s Foreign Affairs and Trade […]

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Employment Opportunity: Project Manager in Scotland

We currently have a major employment opportunity, as we seek to fill a position of Project Manager with our Rubicon Heritage team based in Scotland. Details on the position and how to apply can be found below: PROJECT MANAGER Based in Edinburgh Salary £26,000- £32,000 dependent on experience Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd is the only […]

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Archaeology in Action this week at Bridgend Chapel, Edinburgh

Bridgend Chapel Excavations Open to the Public: 12th June 2014

Rubicon Heritage are currently working with The Greater Liberton Heritage Project on an Edinburgh City Council supported and HLF funded quest to discover the remains of the Royal Chapel at Bridgend, Edinburgh, which is thought to date to at least the 16th century. Excavations have been ongoing this week and have turned up some exciting […]

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Forestry Commission Scotland Castle O'er Poster (Forestry Commission Scotland)

Modelling Castle O’er: A Poster from the Forestry Commission Scotland

Rubicon have been undertaking a number of surveys for Forestry Commission Scotland of late, using our expertise in terrain modelling and contour planning to produce detailed records of a number of sites throughout Scotland. The Forestry Commission have recently produced a poster relating to some work we were involved in at Castle O’er hillfort in […]

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