Transport

M6 to Heysham Link Road

Bicester to Oxford Rail Line

Beverley Southern Relief Road, East Riding

Bexhill-Hastings Link Road, Sussex

Housing

Beaulieu, Chelmsford

Thame, Site 4

Chesterton, Cambridge

Graven Hill, ...

With its dedicated Heritage Management Services department, and team of experienced project managers, Oxford Archaeology is the natural choice to lead on both heritage and archaeological issues, delivering a high-quality 'cradle to grave' service ...

Helping you reduce risk

The prospect of an excavation can seem daunting. Recording archaeological deposits can affect budgets, timescales, and profits.

While we will work with you to reduce or remove any requirements for ...

Our focus on innovation in digital technologies allows us to deliver speed, accuracy and 3D mapping

The use of innovative digital survey techniques is revolutionising the way we record our excavations, buildings and landscapes. ...

Evaluation

A local authority can require an archaeological evaluation before planning permission for your project can be granted. Evaluation typically involves the machine-excavation of trial-trenches and geophysical survey. Evaluation examines a percentage of a ...

Committed to communicating the results of our work to a wide audience

We have published over 180 monographs, reports and ‘popular’ publications, which are listed here and available from various retailers, including Oxbow Books. ...

Oxford Archaeology has long recognised the enormous value of working in partnership with others to share knowledge and expertise and develop innovative ways to meet our corporate and charitable objectives

Our joint ventures with ...

Hinxton: study of a landscape  Decades of archaeological investigation building a picture of life in a small Cambridgeshire village

Rectory Farm, Godmanchester  Commissioned by Historic England to analyse important Roman remains

Tilty Abbey  ...

Oxford Archaeology is currently participating in a working party led by Historic England and the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists to develop a series of apprenticeship standards for heritage environment practitioners.

Educating and informing the public about archaeological discoveries is an important component of our work at Oxford Archaeology. Staff lecture and give presentations to schools, universities, local history and archaeology groups, and as part ...

Training the next generation

The archaeological profession is experiencing a shortfall in the number of experienced field archaeologists. To address this issue, OA has developed a widely-praised and award-winning graduate trainee scheme.

Key skills are ...

The techniques and the expertise to help you map and manage landscapes

The unimproved lands of Britain have some of the most remarkable archaeological landscapes, with the remains of all periods being exposed on the ...


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