DP World London Gateway
DP World London Gateway has completed one of the largest dredging projects ever planned in the UK
Archaeology and the Army Basing Programme
Archaeological work on a series of sites in advance of family housing being built as part of the Army Basing Programme
Area 430 Marine Aggregate Mitigation
Our work undertaken at Area 430 highlights how a combination of desk-based assessments and protocols for archaeological discoveries can provide mitigation responses which benefit the protection of submerged cultural heritage.
The Marine and Underwater Archaeology of Scotland
Much of Scotland’s well-known archaeology is visible in the form of structures; such as stone circles, crannogs, iron age brochs and hillforts, and, medieval castles. However, within the vast Scottish landscape, with its extensive coastline and numerous islands, much of the archaeology is buried or submerged within its lochs, waterways, estuaries, and seas.
Along Prehistoric Lines
Neolithic, Iron Age and Romano-British activity at the former MOD Headquarters, Durrington, Wiltshire
East Kent Access Road
Weston Gateway Business Park
Salisbury Plain is one of the richest archaeological landscapes in Britain – with 6000 year-old settlement and burial sites to 20th-century military remains.
National Museum of the Royal Navy
The National Museum of the Royal Navy (NMRN) has the UK’s largest collection of naval vessels and artefacts, including internationally famous ships such as HMS Victory, HMS Warrior and HMS Caroline. Wessex Archaeology has worked closely with the NMRN as it expands to cover more historic naval vessels around the UK. Following on from our first project putting together the Conservation Management Plan for Nelson’s flagship HMS Victory, we have also completed CMPs and associated recording work for the WWI cruiser HMS Caroline, last survivor of the Battle of Jutland and the submarine HMS Alliance, as well as ongoing work for several other vessels within the NMRN family.