CFA Archaeology are delighted to have been awarded ISO 9001:2008 certification, an internationally recognised standard that ensures our services meet the needs of clients through an effective quality management system. Our decision to work towards ISO 9001 accreditation demonstrates our … Read More »
An important archaeological discovery has been made during excavations for a housing development at land off Church Road, Bishopstoke, Hampshire. The Iron Age and Roman site, which mainly dates back to the 1st century BC, was revealed on land to … Read More »
Connect Archaeology brings together three of the leading heritage businesses to design and deliver innovative solutions for large, complex infrastructure programmes. Together, we set the standard. CFA, AOC and IAC have joined together to bid for future heritage contracts related … Read More »
CFA is carrying out a programme of archaeological recording during the refurbishment of the Category A Listed 16th century courtyard building at Riddles Court, Lawnmarket, Edinburgh. The refurbishment is funded by a HLF grant of £6 million. The refurbished building … Read More »
Since October 2014 CFA Archaeology have been intensively working under a large scaffolding tent on Cross Street, one of the busiest streets in the centre of Manchester. Due to the nature of our work; which involved the excavation of nearly … Read More »
Our Milton Keynes office continues to expand and CFA are very pleased that Tamlin Barton has joined the skilled team there to help support and develop this office. Tam joined the Musselburgh office in 2013 and has worked until now … Read More »
CFA Archaeology Ltd are delighted to be assisting the National Trust for Scotland with their Flower Garden Project at Newhailes House, in Musselburgh, the home of the Dalrymple family since 1709. Newhailes’ formal flower garden fell into neglect during World … Read More »
Project Officer post – Milton Keynes CFA are looking to appoint a full-time Project Officer based in our thriving Milton Keynes Office. Full details of the vacancy can be found via BAJR, including salary, benefits and closing date for applications: … Read More »
‘Bodyguards, corpses, and cults: everyday life in the Roman military community at Inveresk’ has been nominated in the ‘Rescue Dig of the Year’ category for the Archaeology Awards 2015 Vote now!
http://www.sovereignsquare.co.uk/ This link will take you to the live feed (15 min intervals) of our Sovereign Square, Leeds excavations. Use the zoom tools to zoom in to the archaeology!