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FAME Member News: Suffolk Archaeology & Cotswold Archaeology

Suffolk Archaeology Community Interest Company has now become part of Cotswold Archaeology. This initiative builds on the strong history of collaboration between the two companies in East Anglia over the last few years on projects such as Sizewell Nuclear Power Station and the cable connection to East Anglia One offshore wind farm. Suffolk Archaeology’s current […]

FAME welcomes new member: Atkins

FAME would like to extend a warm welcome to one of our new members approved by the board in September: Atkins SNC-Lavalin’s Atkins business is one of the world’s most respected design, engineering and project management consultancies. FAME is pleased to have their archaeology team in the UK joining us.

FAME welcomes new member: Arcadis

FAME would like to extend a warm welcome to one of our new members approved by the board in September: Arcadis Arcadis is an international firm providing support to clients around the globe. They apply their deep market sector insights and collective design, consultancy, engineering, project and management services, in partnership with their clients to […]

FAME welcomes new member: Archaeology Brython

FAME would like to extend a warm welcome to one of our new members approved by the board in September: Archaeology Brython Based in Bangor, North Wales, Brython Archaeology is a new venture providing archaeological consultancy and contract services throughout Wales, the North West and Midlands. Their aim is to provide bilingual archaeological services of […]

FAME members win prestigious engineering awards

FAME members, Museum of London Archaeology Service, Oxford Archaeology and Pre-Construct Archaeology are part of the Thameslink Borough Viaduct team that have won one of this years prestigious CEEQUAL Outstanding Achievement Awards for environmental and social performance in civil engineering, infrastructure, landscaping, and public realm projects. The CEEQUAL Awards returned for a special evening at the […]

New Members

FAME continues to attract new members and this month we are delighted to welcome the following organisations: Heritage Business International: based in the US, but operating across Canada, Australia and in the UK HBI offer research and training services together with business consulting aimed at heritage organisations. If you want to improve your business performance, get in touch. […]

New Members for FAME

We a very pleased to announce that FAME has been strengthened by two new members. We would like to welcome the University of Leicester Archaeological Services (ULAS), whose most recent projects have included the recent very high profile project (undertaken in collaboration with the Richard III Society and Leicester City Council) to locate the grave […]

FAME reaches Northern Ireland!

Following its survey of undeposited archaeological archives in England, Scotland and Wales, FAME is currently undertaking a similar survey of archives in Northern Ireland, on behalf of the Northern Ireland Environment Agency. And FAME has now welcomed its first member from Northern Ireland, Northern Archaeological Consultancy Ltd. FAME has always had strong representation in England, […]

Calling small and start-up businesses!

To reflect the changing face of the UK archaeological market, we’re introducing a new grade of Affiliate Membership for smaller and newly-established businesses. If you have five or fewer staff, or if you’ve been in business for less than two years, you can join FAME as an Affiliate Member. It costs just £150 per year, […]

Join FAME and get two months free membership!

Thinking of joining FAME? We’re offering new members a great deal – join before 21 April and you’ll get two months free membership – a saving of £50! FAME is the voice of archaeological business in the UK. FAME represents archaeological businesses throughout the UK, whether commercial consultancies and practices, local authorities, universities or charitable […]

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