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
During the excavation process we identified a big dark area behind the moat. Through careful excavation we realized this originally served as a well and
The castle that once stood on our site was demolished around the middle of the 19th century. When this big stone tower was knocked down we
One of the many great things about digging a moat is that the lower levels tend to be waterlogged. When soil is waterlogged it allows
The following blog is the first in a series we are preparing on our excavations of the Castle and Moat at Caherduggan near Doneraile in
Leading on from Cooking a Pig Bronze Age Style Parts 1 and 2 we have stepped up a gear and moved onto pork. Our previous
Leading on from Cooking a pig, Bronze Age Style Part 1, which set out the theory of cooking a pit using Bronze Age technology, Rubicon’s
Imbolg falls on the first week of February. The Celtic calendar had two principal festivals, Samhain in November and Bealtaine in May. Separating these two
One of the most important roles of any archaeologist is to communicate their findings to others, be they fellow archaeologists or members of the public.
As part of our outreach policy at Rubicon Heritage Services we agree each year to accept a number of transition year students for work placement
Sixteen metres is not exactly a long distance. It is probably equitable to an average 1980s bungalow, yet the residents of a house in Mullaghmast
Sometimes archaeology fleshes out history allowing us to touch, feel and interact with historic objects and features. But sometimes the relationship goes the other way,
Dunbrody Abbey is situated approximately 12 kilometres south of New Ross, Co. Wexford and is one of the most picturesque of Irish religious houses. This