ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HERITAGE SERVICES
Rubicon Heritage provides a full range of archaeological and heritage services to the public and private sectors. We deliver tailored heritage solutions and quality assured management support. We are experienced professionals passionate about the past and its preservation for the future.
Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd
Rubicon Heritage is one of the leading archaeological firms in the Irish Heritage sector. Since 2000 we have provided archaeological advice and support for commercial developers and their agents, local authorities, national heritage organisations and private individuals. Our team offers extensive professional expertise and commercial awareness to ensure the efficient and quality-assured completion of all archaeological projects – no matter the size. Rubicon has a track record of professionalism, efficiency, and customer satisfaction. We are committed to delivering premium quality assistance to meet all your archaeological and heritage needs.
With 20 years’ experience and expertise we lead clients through projects from consultancy to completion. We combine an in depth understanding of archaeology with practical experience of major construction projects. Tailored solutions and expertise ensure that archaeological risks are identified and managed for successful delivery of projects.
Classic Blogs, pre-June 2020
Evidence of Bronze Age industrial activity from a site along the N26 in County Mayo. A large number of well preserved worked timbers were recovered.
This is the sixth and final talk in our new webinar series. If you are interested in the previous talks you can find them here:
This is the fifth talk in our new webinar series. If you are interested in the previous talks you can find them here: Episode 1
This is the fourth talk in our new webinar series. If you are interested the previous talks you can find them here: Definition and Significance
This is the third talk in our new webinar series. If you are interested in the previous talks you can find them here: Definition and
This is the second talk in our new webinar series. If you are interested, the previous talk is available here: http://blog.rubiconheritage.com/2020/05/12/rubicon-webinar-series-launch/ This talk focuses on
An account of the excavation of a 19th century #cholera cemetery in #Dublin which was written for publication in ‘The Archaeologist’ by the CIfA. #archaeology
Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd is delighted to announce the appointment of Trish Long as Managing Director
Trish Long takes on the role of Managing Director at #Rubicon
A review of a group of burnt mounds excavated by Rubicon Heritage in advance of the construction of the N22 Macroom Bypass
Rubicon Heritage and Transport Infrastructure Ireland are about to publish the results of the archaeological investigations on the route of the N22 Tralee Bypass
Red River Archaeology Ltd launched as the new trading arm of Rubicon Heritage Services in the UK
An account of the archaeological excavations at the Hafod-Morfa Industrial complex in Swansea, Wales
December 2018 saw the publication of another massive Rubicon project which was excavated during the road building programme in Ireland during the noughties. The Mullaghmast
The Royal Academy of Engineering recently asked Rubicon Heritage to provide a STEM Ambassador for their annual STEM Careers and Activities Day in South Wales.
Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd would like to congratulate both the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) and the Grangegorman Development Agency (GDA)on the launch of the