Barnard's Lock, Berkshire
On behalf of Network Rail, a Desk-Based Assessment was undertaken as part of an...
Swinley Forest BracknellRead more
Swinley Forest Bracknell
Watching Brief on behalf of South East Water for engineering groundworks relating...
Charterhouse SomersetRead more
On behalf of Bristol Water we undertook research and fieldwork to assess and...
Llangadfan PowysRead more
Watching Brief (Archaeological Observation) for Amey on behalf of Severn Trent...
Stretton Grandison HerefordshireRead more
Stretton Grandison Herefordshire
We undertook a programme of archaeological work at Stretton Grandison,...
We have a track record of successfully managing large-scale infrastructure projects, fully appreciating the need to integrate archaeology and engineering at an early stage to avoid unnecessary delays and costs.
We believe our proven commitment to constructive dialogue, cost control and customer engagement remain key to meeting the needs of the sector in its drive to develop innovative solutions to 21st -century challenges.
Our contracting and consulting service encapsulates the ‘Border ethos’, with no-fee professional advice provided at project inception to ensure timely resolution of archaeological issues and the avoidance of costly delays. Key information provided at an early stage in the project planning process has proved invaluable to ameliorate cost.
Our no-nonsense approach to fees offers a fixed menu of predictable cost for the project's duration with no service costs or additional charges for emails, calls, attending regular review meetings or discussion of project specific issues with engineering teams.