CFA Are Recruiting

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August 2020 UPDATE WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING Project Officers, Milton Keynes Offices Please apply via email to careers@cfa-arch.co.uk quoting reference ‘Project Officer PO0820‘ in the subject line by close of business on 30 September 2020. http://www.bajr.org/Employment/UKEmploymentDetails.asp?ID=117958 Field Archaeologists, Milton Keynes Offices Please … Read More »

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New CFA Business Premises

A few weeks prior to the UK beginning lockdown, CFA were delighted to move into our new storage, processing and office premises in Cockenzie. This additional site, not far from our Head Offices in Musselburgh, East Lothian, was up and … Read More »

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RECRUITING Project Officers, Supervisors and Site Assistants

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May 2020 UPDATE WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING Project Officers http://www.bajr.org/Employment/UKEmploymentDetails.asp?ID=117871 Please apply via email to careers@cfa-arch.co.uk quoting reference ‘Project Officer PO0520‘ in the subject line by close of business on 12 June 2020. Only completed applications containing a cover letter and CV … Read More »

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Aberdeenshire Souterrain Public Events

Souterrain

Come and hear about our recent discovery of an Iron Age stone-lined souterrain in Aberdeenshire in two upcoming talks! The first is at the First Millennia Studies Group, Tuesday 5th November at 6pm in the Appleton Tower, Edinburgh University. The … Read More »

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Our Milton Keynes Office has moved!

Due to continued growth in our business, our Milton Keynes office has moved premises. Please continue to use the existing phone number (01908 226 124) and office contact email address (miltonkeynes@cfa-arch.co.uk) but note that our postal address is now: CFA … Read More »

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Teaching continues again at the new Patrick Geddes Centre, Edinburgh

Riddle's Court

Following the official opening of the new Patrick Geddes Centre at Riddle’s Court by HRH the Duke of Rothesay on 8 September 2017, CFA was involved in the first Teaching Day on Friday 6th October. Dr Mike Cressey (CFA Archaeology) … Read More »

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CFA Awarded ISO 9001:2008 certification

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 »

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Old Meets New in Bishopstoke

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 »

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CFA forms joint venture with AOC and IAC for large scale heritage contracts

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 »

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Riddles Court, Edinburgh – Project Update!

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 »

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