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Access Archaeology

An independent archaeological contractor based in south Lancashire, offering a range of services, at very competitive rates, both locally and nationally. Backed up by more than 30 years of experience, Access Archaeology aims to provide swift, high standard, low cost, archaeological services. Offered services include: • Consultancy • Desk-based assessments • Site evaluations • Watching briefs • Excavation • Building Surveys Projects are conducted in accordance with the Institute for Archaeologists (IfA) Standards and Guidance, and Code of Conduct, and run along the guidelines set out in English Heritage’s ''Management of Research Projects in the Historic Environment'' (MoRPHE). Terms and conditions for projects are based on ''Infrastructure Conditions of Contract Archaeological Investigation'' (FAME, August 2011). An in-house recording system is employed, ''Contexted Event Stratigraphy'', based on the MOLAS single context methodology.

Access Archaeology
34 Albion Street
Nelson
Lancashire
BB9 5LG
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An independent archaeological contractor based in south Lancashire, offering a range of services, at very competitive rates, both locally and nationally. Backed up by more than 30 years of experience, Access Archaeology aims to provide swift, high standard, low cost, archaeological services. Offered services include: • Consultancy • Desk-based assessments • Site evaluations • Watching briefs • Excavation • Building Surveys Projects are conducted in accordance with the Institute for Archaeologists (IfA) Standards and Guidance, and Code of Conduct, and run along the guidelines set out in English Heritage’s ''Management of Research Projects in the Historic Environment'' (MoRPHE). Terms and conditions for projects are based on ''Infrastructure Conditions of Contract Archaeological Investigation'' (FAME, August 2011). An in-house recording system is employed, ''Contexted Event Stratigraphy'', based on the MOLAS single context methodology.