Recent projects

From geophysical and topographic survey to set piece excavations. Browse a selection of the exciting projects which we have undertaken recently
Discovery of a previously unknown Roman cemetery and long-term land reclamation to the south of Lincoln
Excavations undertaken prior to the redevelopment of Lincoln Bus Station
A strip, map and record exercise of 5.5 hectares of a complex Romano-British settlement site, with evidence of occupation from the Neolithic
An evaluation at the Cathedral revealing evidence from Lincoln's recent and medieval past
Work on the site of the 'The Spire' memorial to International Bomber Command provided an insight into Roman life beyond the city walls
A three year project across 11 sites, conducted to enable the construction of manufacturing and logistics facilities to support the offshore wind industry
A geophysical survey reveals evidence of an 18th century formal gardens
Deposit modelling leading to targeted hand excavation of a palaeosol to record the distribution of a large number of Mesolithic tools
Recommendations for enhancing the Greater London Historic Environment Record, collation of information on archaeological interventions into burial grounds since 1980 and compilation of a draft research agenda
Excavations near the north gate of the Roman colonia of Lindum uncovered the workplace of a group of previously ‘lost’ Lincolnshire potters
Site direction and post-excavation reporting for a National Trust community project looking for a lost Tudor manor
A major, interdisciplinary research project investigating the health, demography and origins of the early population of Berlin
St. George’s Church replaced a Chapel which was built around 1762 and its burial ground was used for 100 years. Prior to alterations to the Church for residential use, a programme of historic building recording and archaeological excavation was undertaken
We worked with 160 volunteers and hundreds of Roman coins on this HLF funded community excavation
Gradiometer survey of the Tiltyard field to help inform future conservation management and train students from the University of Nottingham
A Level 3 Building Survey to fulfill a condition of planning consent before the demolition and alteration of buildings at the Old School in Hainton