Wessex Archaeology has recently brought together its geophysics, geomatics, geoarchaeology and environmental archaeology teams into a single geoservices division, with a core team of over 20 staff. The new division is led by Paul Baggaley and will focus on providing these specialist services, both internally and direct to our clients.
As part of these changes, we are pleased to announce that we are continuing to support the professional development of our staff, and have appointed David Norcott as our Technical Manager for Geoarchaeology and Environmental Archaeology, and Ben Urmston as our Technical Manager for Terrestrial Geophysics and Geomatics. The geoservices management team is completed by Louise Tizzard, who will continue to be responsible for Marine Geophysics.
Louise, David and Ben have over 25 years’ experience at Wessex Archaeology between them, and are increasingly involved with developing new proposals and delivering complex projects as the company continues to provide market leading services both onshore and offshore.
Paul Baggaley said, “We are delighted to have been able to bring these teams together formally within Wessex Archaeology so that we can highlight the value of the work we undertake, and also seek out new opportunities with a new and enthusiastic team”.