Rubicon Webinar Episode 3 – Archaeological Methods and Practice
Rubicon Heritages third Webinar episode

Rubicon Webinar Episode 3 – Archaeological Methods and Practice

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 Significance and Legal Framework— http://blog.rubiconheritage.com/2020/05/12/rubicon-webinar-series-launch/…

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Rubicon Webinar Episode 2 – Archaeology and the Planning Process
Rubicon Heritage's 2nd Webinar is now live

Rubicon Webinar Episode 2 – Archaeology and the Planning Process

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/ https://youtu.be/8BQSslN_94M This talk focuses on how archaeology fits into…

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Sod-turning at DIT Grangegorman for new Central and East Quads
Rubicon Heritage staff completing excavations in the Central Quad at Grangegorman

Sod-turning at DIT Grangegorman for new Central and East Quads

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 Central and East Quads at…

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Hot off the Press: Above and Below!
'Above and Below: The Archaeology of Road and Light Rail' edited by Michael Stanley, Transport Infrastructure Ireland

Hot off the Press: Above and Below!

Rubicon Heritage is delighted to have work included in the new Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) archaeological publication ‘Above and Below: The Archaeology of Roads and Light Rail’, which is available…

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Solar Farm developments and archaeology in Ireland
A Solar Farm (Wikipedia)

Solar Farm developments and archaeology in Ireland

In recent months the number of solar photovoltaic (PV) projects (or solar farms) being put forward for development in Ireland has increased significantly. Assessing the impacts on archaeology has proven…

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