A recent project by Red River Archaeology demonstrates the importance of early archaeological advice which manages risk and controls the costs of archaeology.
A summary of a talk delivered to Essex Society for Archaeology and History on prehistoric archaeology excavated at Southend Airport in Essex
A nummus of Caesar Crispus recovered from a Roman well in Wilshire, England. Could this be a wishing well?
At Red River we are keen to minimise any impact on the environment that could result from our activities. Therefore we have joined the Supply Chain Sustainability School and been assessed for environmental awareness. We have initially been awarded a ‘Silver Badge’ and will be working to achieve a ‘Gold Badge’ in due course. MoreContinue reading “Red River Archaeology Ltd awarded silver badge for environmental awareness and sustainability”
Red River Archaeology is a registered organisation with the CIFA
An account of the results of research project searching for Redhall Castle in Edinburgh
Red River Archaeology Group has an ongoing commitment to tailored staff development and continuing career support. The company values the benefits that motivated, well trained staff bring to both our operations and our clients. We currently have several sponsored training programmes, two of which have recently come to fruition. In May 2018 we reported onContinue reading “Tailored Staff Development Pays Dividends”
As with the majority of pro-active businesses operating in the shared market of Britain and Ireland, Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd has been monitoring the on-going Brexit negotiations and has determined that significant changes are required in order to de-risk the sustained development and growth of the company within the new emerging economic environment. We haveContinue reading “Red River Archaeology! A new chapter for Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd in the UK”