Excavation - Services
Full archaeological excavation of part or all of a site is an infrequently used option within the planning process and is normally only used where there are significant, well preserved archaeological remains present. These remains have often been identified as a result of DBA and/or evaluation. As with the other forms of archaeological intervention, all works are carried out to a previously agreed written scheme of investigation (WSI) or project design (PD). A report is then produced on the results of the excavation which forms a permanent record of the archaeology of the site. In some cases there may be a requirement for these results to be published in an appropriate archaeological journal.
JB Archaeology Ltd has undertaken full excavations in the past – most recently clearing part of an historic cemetery – and has an established record of liaison with archaeological specialists in producing reports and publications.