Mark Collard, Project Director at INFRA JV, recently presented information on some of the amazing archaeological discoveries we have made on the HS2 project as part of a digital interactive event. This was hosted by HS2 Ltd in association with FUSION JV as a contribution to the Council for British Archaeology Festival of Archaeology. The presentation was very well received with an excellent Q&A session afterwards. The presentation and Q&A can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/-o231WFnSHw
Infra JV, a Joint venture of Network Archaeology Ltd and Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd, is delighted to announce that we will be working with Highways England to deliver its new £195m Archaeology Framework on major road projects across England. The four-year framework offers Infra JV the opportunity to work closely with the government-owned company in protecting and enhancing the environment, including England’s unique cultural heritage and buried archaeology.
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By Mark Collard and David Bonner
As part of the large-scale advance archaeological works during the Enabling Works for HS2 mitigation works between London and Birmingham, excavation of 7ha has been carried out at Wellwick Farm, near Wendover, Buckinghamshire. Implemented on the ground by Infra JV, the works have been managed by Dr Rachel Wood MCIfA of the Historic Environment Research and Delivery Strategy (HERDS) team at Fusion JV and led on the ground by Louis Stafford MCIfA of Infra.