Suffolk Archaeology Community Interest Company has now become part of Cotswold Archaeology. This initiative builds on the strong history of collaboration between the two companies in East Anglia over the last few years on projects such as Sizewell Nuclear Power Station and the cable connection to East Anglia One offshore wind farm. Suffolk Archaeology’s current premises in Needham Market near Ipswich will from today trade as the Suffolk office of Cotswold Archaeology, and Managing Director Dr Rhodri Gardner will remain Office Head and join Cotswold’s Senior Management Group.
Suffolk Archaeology’s core operating area of Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Essex and Norfolk is a great match with the territory that Cotswold currently services from its office in Milton Keynes. This initiative will be an excellent springboard for Cotswold to further develop its presence in East Anglia, so if you have any potential projects in this area Rhodri Gardner (Rhodri.Gardner [at] cotswoldarchaeology.co.uk) will be delighted to assist you. Read more here.