On-site archaeology

Our services cover a wide range of field excavation works. We provide, for any type of excavation project: machine and manual excavation, archaeological demolition work, on-site data recording and geodesic survey. The project phases are carried out by experienced field staff including team of diggers, specialists and archaeologists.

We believe that this complexity makes the work efficient in terms of cost and time, while the professional requirements are completely complied with. Every archaeological work phase is carefully planned and monitored in line with our ISO 9001, 14001, 18001 certificates.

Our partners can rely on our teams for any type of field excavation, whether it is large scale or urban excavation project, requiring special conditions in historic city core.

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Geodesy and geographic information systems

The on-site geodesic and space information technology related works are done by certified geodesists and geographic information system engineers. Our GIS specialists provide geodesic support for archaeological research. It includes amongst other things, the following: high accuracy location of excavated or assessed objects, calculation of excavated soil, modelling the area to be excavated, assigning the boundaries and breaking points of the area, drafting reports and topographic maps. Measurements are done by high-accuracy RTK GPS. Our Javad Triumph-1 device is suitable for receiving the general GPS signal as well as the signal of the Russian Glonass system, so it ensures more accurate location system with more stable availability time. Geodesic works are done by a Leica TS12 measurement station, mainly in covered areas (forests, cities, production halls). With its 4 points/second recording speed, our automatic prism tracking Total Station equipment is capable of modelling objects on the field in real-time, with up to a few mm measuring accuracy.

After completing the geodesy works on-site, or parallel with them, all data collected is recorded in a database for comprehensive processing by the geographic information system.

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