Watching Briefs

Monitoring the laying of an electric cable at Whiteland Wood, Westfield, Hastings

An archaeological watching brief is a programme of observation and investigation designed to record potential archaeological remains exposed, disturbed or destroyed during ground works.   In order to avoid unexpected problems and delays it is important that archaeological attendances are carefully scheduled into the construction programme.  Our Project Managers take particular care to anticipate and avoid risk at all stages in the planning and delivery of fieldwork attendances.   Watching briefs may lead to further fieldwork should significant archaeological material be exposed.

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