Oxford Archaeology

Oxford Archaeology is one of the largest and longest established independent archaeology and heritage practices in Europe. With over 250 specialist staff and permanent full service offices in Oxford, Lancaster and Cambridge, we provide heritage services to both public and private clients across the UK and internationally. Our projects range from major transport and infrastructure schemes, through local town centre and housing developments to minor alterations to listed buildings. Wherever heritage issues arise as part of the development process, Oxford Archaeology are on hand to help.

Responsible post-holder(s): 
Gill Hey, Director & Chief Executive Officer
Bob Williams, Chief Operating Officer
01865 263 800
Offices and contacts
Janus House, Osney Mead, Oxford, OX2 0ES
Bob Williams, Chief Operating Officer
01865 263 800 / 980 715 / 07500 082 333
Oxford Archaeology East
15 Trafalgar Way, Bar Hill, Cambridge, CB23 8SQ
Paul Spoerry, Manager of OA East
01223 850 500 / 850 550
Oxford Archaeology North
Mill 3, Moor Lane Mills, Moor Lane, Lancaster, LA1 1QD
Alan Lupton, Operations Manager OA
01524 880 250 / 880 222
Additional contacts: 

Robert Early, Head of International Business
International enquiries
Tel: 01865 263 800 / 980 703 / 07799 671 165
Email: r.early [at] oxfordarch.co.uk

Dan Poore, Head of Fieldwork
Southern England enquiries
Tel: 01865 263 800 / 980 725
Email: d.poore [at] oxfordarch.co.uk

Regions and services
See below for a list of this Registered Organisation's operational regions and services.
Registration period: 
The geographical regions and services listed for this organisation represent work undertaken within the last 3 years. The services listed are either provided in-house or are bought-in - please contact the organisation for further details.
Channel Islands
Elsewhere in Europe
Elsewhere in the World
East Midlands
East of England
North East
North West (inc. Isle of Man)
South East (inc. London, Isle of Wight)
South West (inc. Isles of Scilly)
West Midlands
Yorkshire and the Humber
Northern Ireland
conservation management plans
design of investigations, procurement of services, contract management and monitoring
EIAs, DBAs, documentary research
provision of commercial historic environment advice to developers, public inquiries
collections and archive curation
interpretation and displays
public outreach, participation and events
teaching and training
university-based research
analysis of artefacts, industrial residues, environmental material and human remains
building analysis and recording
characterisation and appraisals
field evaluation
geophysical survey
maritime archaeology
measured and topographical survey
object conservation
watching briefs
historic environment advice to/on behalf of national and local government on policy, strategy and development control

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Miller Building, University of Reading
Reading, Berkshire RG6 6AB

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