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  • Title: Irish Archaeological Consultancy Ltd.
    Descriptive info: .. Skip to content.. Jump to main navigation and login.. Jump to additional information.. Nav view search.. Navigation.. Home.. Profile.. Services.. Projects.. Employment.. Contact.. News.. Publications.. Links.. Search.. Welcome to IAC.. Established in 1998, I.. A.. C.. Ltd is a multidisciplinary archaeological practice with offices in Dublin and Waterford, Belfast and Dundalk.. Since our foundation we have evolved into Ireland’s most successful archaeological consultancy employing a core staff of 30 archaeologists, surveyors and project managers and a field staff of up to 350 archaeologists.. Launch of 'Borderlands'.. Monday, 24 September 2012.. Borderlands: Archaeological Investigations along the Route of the N18 Gort to Crusheen Road Scheme was launched last Friday night in Clare Museum.. Read more.. Ulster-Scots Excavation Blog.. Friday, 21 September 2012.. We are currently undertaking a research excavation in Bangor, Co.. Down as part of the Ulster-Scots Archaeological Project.. IAC are part of a larger team working  ...   Down.. The excavation willl start next week and run for.. c.. 4 weeks.. Send a CV to archaeology@iac.. ie for further information.. Excavation in Newbridge.. Friday, 31 August 2012.. We have an upcoming excavation near Newbridge, Co.. Kildare with a probable start date of Monday 10th September.. The excavation will run for at least two weeks.. Testing on the site has indicated the potential for prehistoric settlement and possible burial activity.. We are looking for c.. 6 site assistants with valid Fás Safe Pass cards and required level of experience.. Please email your CV to archaeology@iac.. ie if you are interested.. Fieldwork Opportunities.. Wednesday, 27 June 2012.. IAC willl be undertaking two short excavations near Newmarket, Co.. Cork and Kildimo, Co.. Limerick in the coming weeks.. Please send your CV to archaeology@iac.. ie if you are interested in the position of site assistant.. © 2012 Irish Archaeological Consultancy..

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  • Title: Company Profile
    Descriptive info: Company Profile.. Our People.. We provide a comprehensive range of archaeological and built heritage services to the development industry.. Our clients include architects, planners, developers, local authorities, semi-state bodies and government departments.. We have the ability to meet all of our clients cultural heritage needs  ...   securing full planning compliance.. Our aim is to provide an excellent service to our clients by supplying good advice, pre-empting potential difficulties and delivering pragmatic value for money solutions whilst ensuring that the project is completed on time, within budget and to the highest archaeological standards..

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  • Title: Services
    Descriptive info: Consultancy.. Fieldwork Project Management.. Cultural Heritage Assessments.. Built Heritage.. Geophysical Survey.. Land Surveying.. We offer our clients a wide range of services, which ensures that we can provide for all of their Archaeological and Built Heritage needs.. We have the technical skills and experience to allow us deliver pragmatic and flexible solutions to any archaeological situation no matter how complex and challenging.. Our strength lies in our experience, which is backed-up with a proven track-record of delivering for our clients.. We are fully licenced to work in both the North and South of Ireland..

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  • Title: Projects
    Descriptive info: Featured Projects.. Renewables Projects.. Railway Projects.. Road Projects.. Pipeline Projects.. Green Field Brownfield Projects.. We have a wide-ranging and extensive portfolio of successfully delivered projects.. Our projects include major infrastructural schemes such as motorways, water and sewerage projects, quarries and major retail, residential and mixed use developments in urban, brownfield and greenfield locations..

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  • Title: Employment
    Descriptive info: We are looking for site assistants for an upcoming research excavation in Bangor, Co.. The excavation will run for.. 4 weeks and will likely start on Tuesday 18 or Wednesday 19 September.. The excavation is also open to volunteers.. For further information please send a CV to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Graphics/ Illustrator.. IAC Ltd are looking for an experienced graphics/illustration professional to join our expanding graphics and survey team.. Candidates must be proficient in a range of graphics packages including AutoCAD and adobe illustrator; experience with ArcView GIS would also be preferable.. Please forward CV’s to Colette at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. Regional Manager - Southeast England.. IAC Regional Manager, Southeast.. England.. £40,000 plus benefits and performance related bonus.. IAC are Ireland's leading commercial archaeology and heritage practice with offices across the Republic and Northern Ireland.. We have grown quickly with a reputation for outstanding quality and customer service.. We are now committed to further expansion across the UK  ...   an appetite for the business side of an organisation.. Candidates must have exceptional business development skills, knowledge of the current commercial environment, good contacts and have a track record of winning work and developing relationships with partners, clients and regulators.. Candidates must have strong leadership skills with the ability to build, develop and motivate a team.. We know we are looking for a very special person, someone who shares our ambition, our energy and our determination.. In return we offer the rare opportunity to grow a heritage business with the support of a proven, successful and established team.. If you meet our requirements and are looking for something new, challenging and rewarding, then get in touch.. Send a CV and covering letter to our CEO Rob Lynch at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. or call him to discuss the role at 00353 86 2391405.. We want to hear from you before the end of April so we can meet soon after.. For the right person we can be flexible regarding start date..

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  • Title: Contact
    Descriptive info: Dublin Region.. Southern Region.. Northeast Region.. Northern Ireland.. Contact IAC.. 120b Greenpark Road.. Bray, Co.. Wicklow.. Tel: +353 1 211 6544 Fax: +353 1 211 6550 Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. IAC have offices serving the whole of Ireland.. Select a region from the menu and click on the map for directions.. JavaScript must be enabled in order for you to use Google Maps.. However, it seems JavaScript is either disabled or not supported by your browser.. To view Google Maps, enable JavaScript by changing your browser options, and then try again..

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  • Title: News
    Descriptive info: Feed Entries.. Details.. Created on Monday, 24 September 2012 16:52.. Read more: Launch of 'Borderlands'.. Created on Friday, 21 September 2012 11:55.. Read more: Ulster-Scots Excavation Blog.. Created on Wednesday, 12 September 2012 16:36.. Send a CV to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. for further information.. Created on Friday, 31 August 2012 15:41.. Please email your CV to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. if you are interested.. More Articles.. Graphics position available.. IAC on Twitter!.. UK Employment Opportunity.. Page 1 of 6.. Start.. Prev.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. Next.. End..

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  • Title: Publications
    Descriptive info: Publications List.. Lectures.. Bayley, D.. Roycroft, N.. 2003 Souterrain City.. Archaeology Ireland.. 17.. (4), 24–27.. Carlin, N.. , Clarke, L.. Walsh, F.. 2008.. The M4 Kinnegad-Enfield-Kilcock Motorway: The Archaeology of Life and Death on the Boyne Floodplain.. NRA Monograph Series No.. 2, Wordwell, Bray.. Coughlan, T.. 2011 Delineating early medieval life and death.. Seanda.. , 44–47.. 2011 The occupation of earlier prehistoric monuments in the early medieval period: The evidence from Cappydonnell Big, Co.. Offaly.. In C.. Corlett and M.. Potterton (eds),.. Settlement in Early Medieval Ireland, in light of recent archaeological excavations,.. 73–92.. Wordwell, Bray.. 2011 The excavation of a ringfort at Lisanisk, Carrickmacross, Co.. Monaghan.. Settlement in Early Medieval Ireland, in light of recent archaeological excavations.. , 93–106.. 2009a Settlement, Burial and Ritual: a Bronze Age landscape on the N9/N10.. , 16–18.. 2009b The Continuing Enigma of Cappydonnell Big.. Seanda.. , 42–44.. 2007 The Enigma of Cappydonnell Big.. , 16–17.. 2003 Excavations at the Medieval Cemetery of St Peter’s Church, Dublin.. In Duffy, S.. (ed.. ),.. Medieval Dublin IV.. , 11–39.. Dublin.. Delaney, S.. 2012 Past lives in 'the black garden'.. ,.. 7.. , 12−15.. 2011 Marginal Land.. 6,.. 12–15.. 2011 M18 Gort to Crusheen road scheme - Summary of the final archaeological results.. The Other Clare.. 35.. , 56−65.. 2010 An early medieval landscape at Balriggan, Co.. Louth.. Death and Burial in Early Medieval Ireland, in Light of Recent Archaeological Excavations.. , 116–29.. 2009 Fragments and Furnaces:  ...   Age settlement in Westmeath.. , 28–29.. 2008 Lives Through Time.. 22.. (2), 17–21.. 2008 Built according to plan: Two enigmatic Neolithic structures on the M3.. 3, 23–25.. McLoughlin, G.. 2011 The Blacksmith's Rest.. , 37.. , Walsh, F.. 2008 A slice through time: prehistoric settlement and ritual near Kells, Co.. , 20–22.. Tobin, M.. 2011 Ancestry and analyses at Holdenstown.. , 40–41.. (forthcoming) Iron Age Sanctuary Enclosure, Boundary Ditch and Kilns at Kilmainham, Co.. Iron Age.. (Title to be confirmed).. (forthcoming) Excavation and Conjecture of a Late Bronze Age Farmstead at Tober, Co.. Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries Ireland.. (forthcoming) Archaeology of Two Townlands (Part 2).. Clogher Record.. 2011 Archaeology of Two Townlands (Part 1).. Clogher Record 2011.. 20.. (3), 500–520.. 2011 An Early Medieval enclosed farmstead at Killickaweeny 1, Co.. Kildare.. 313-331.. 2011 Seeking sanctuary at Kilmainham, Co.. 25.. (2), 9−12.. 2007 Tracing the Bronze Age in Tober.. , 14–15.. 2006 Neolithic Monanny, County Monaghan.. In J O’Sullivan M Stanley (eds),.. Settlement Industry and Ritual: proceedings of a public seminar on archaeological discoveries on national road schemes, September 2005.. , 7–17.. Archaeology and the National Roads Authority Monograph Series No.. National Roads Authority, Dublin.. Harrison, J.. 2003 Early medieval enclosure at Killickaweeny, Co Kildare.. (4), 22–5.. , Lyons, S.. McClatchie, M.. 2011 A post-built early Neolithic house at Kilmainham, Co.. (3), 35−37.. Whitty, Y.. 2009 Rites in Transition: the story told by Holdenstown 1 and 2.. , 19–21..

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  • Title: Links
    Descriptive info: Government State Agency Sites.. University Departments.. Resources.. Login.. Heritage of Ireland.. Office of Public Works.. The Heritage Council.. Department of Environment Heritage local Government.. National Archives of Ireland.. National Library of Ireland.. The Royal Irish Academy.. National Roads Authority.. Ordnance Survey Ireland..

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  • Title: Welcome to IAC
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  • Title: Launch of 'Borderlands'
    Descriptive info: Fintan O' Toole was a guest speaker at the book launch which was held on International Culture Night.. Shane Delaney, the Project Archaeologist, gave a presentation of the highlights from the scheme.. The excavations were directed by Shane Delaney, Dave Bayley, Ed Lyne, Siobháin McNamara and Joe Noonan.. Press Release:.. Borderlands describes archaeological investigations along the route of a national road project on the borderlands of south Galway and north Clare, where discoveries were made from the Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, medieval and early modern periods.. There was evidence for Neolithic and Bronze Age settlement at Rathwilladoon, consisting of vestigial building remains, pottery and chipped‐stone tools.. Investigation of over  ...   were found.. Iron Age ring‐ditch burials were recorded at Ballyboy, yielding cremated human bone, an exceptional collection of glass and amber beads, and a tiny bone dice―a poignant reminder that death and chance are constants in all periods.. Iron Age metalworking was represented by a smelting furnace and charcoal kilns at Rathwilladoon and Derrygarriff.. A group of exceptionally well‐preserved early medieval cereal kilns was recorded at Curtaun, near a large ringfort.. Unusually, these were protected by a curvilinear wooden structure, possibly remains of a ‘kiln house’, and were re‐used in the later medieval period.. The book is lavishly illustrated and the archaeological discoveries are presented in an easy, narrative style..

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