Salisbury Archeologie B.V. has been successfully audited

Our Dutch firm got certified last December as the second company in the Netherlands to the 4.0 version of the BRL SIKB 4000 directives of the Dutch archaeological quality standards, the KNA (‘Kwaliteitsnorm Nederlandse Archeologie’).

The BRL 4000 directives prescribe the protocols for the conception, execution and documentation of archaeological researches in four specifications: 4001 ‘Schedule of Requirements’, 4002 ‘Desk Research’, 4003 ‘Inventory Field Research’ and 4004 ‘Excavation’.

We are very proud of the certification. It is the guarantee for the cosistently high quality service we provide, based on the most rigorous standards.

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