Archaeological Monitoring and Recording

Archaeological monitoring and recording (watching brief) comprises a defined programme of observation and investigation conducted during groundworks or other activity on a site where the possibility exists that archaeological deposits may be disturbed or destroyed. This will typically involve an archaeologist being present on-site during groundworks associated with construction or landscaping in order to record any exposed archaeology.

Each year, Foundations Archaeology undertake a large number of archaeological monitoring and recording projects of all sizes, from large scale solar farms and supermarket developments to conservatory and housing extensions. For more information about how we can assist with your project call us on 01793 525993 and speak to us about the solution. Alternatively, you can email us with general enquiries at