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
At Rubicon we are always seeking innovative ways of communicating the results of our excavations to wider audiences. It is our view that this type
The archaeological profession in both the UK and Ireland has been severely impacted in recent years by recession. This is unsurprising given how closely the
This week’s photo of the week is hot of the press, having been taken just this afternoon on site in Co. Waterford. On off days
Rubicon have a team constantly working on archaeological processing. We have a facility which includes flotation tanks, drying rooms, sorting and storage areas that allows
On 16 July during Luas Cross City works on College Green, monitoring archaeologists from Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd, working on behalf of the Railway Procurement
This week’s photos of the week, taken today, shows Rubicon’s Enda O’Flaherty carefully sorting through samples from a Prehistoric cremation burial, from which he is
This year Rubicon sponsored the prestigious Rhind Lecture Series presented by the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. The series of lectures were presented in April
This week’s photo was taken by our osteoarchaeologist Carmelita Troy yesterday. It shows Rubicon’s Ivan Pawle excavating human remains, discovered as part of the LUAS
This week’s ‘Photo of the Week’ sees Peter Kerins recording in one of the Luas project trenches, in the shadow of one of Ireland’s most
Each week Rubicon will be sharing a recent photograph of our archaeological work around the United Kingdom and Ireland. This week’s shows archaeologists Hubert Ficner
Rubicon are currently seeking applications for a number of positions for upcoming work in Scotland and the North of England. These are for fixed term,
Last Friday Chancellor George Osborne announced a plan to build 200,000 homes on brownfield sites by 2020. The process puts the responsibility on the local
RUBICON AND GREATER LIBERTON HERITAGE PROJECT MAKE SIGNIFICANT MEDIEVAL DISCOVERY IN EDINBURGH After an exciting week of archaeological excavation, funded by a Heritage Lottery Fund
Rubicon Heritage are currently working with The Greater Liberton Heritage Project on an Edinburgh City Council supported and HLF funded quest to discover the remains
Rubicon Heritage are delighted to be working with The Greater Liberton Heritage Project, supported by Edinburgh City Council on a community excavation at Bridgend Farm,