Past Projects

These are just some of our past clients:

  • The Crown Estate
  • Ashton Estate, Ashton, Oundle
  • Balfor Beatty
  • David Jackson Architectural Services Ltd
  • Waitrose
  • Carter Jonas LLP
  • Paul Bancroft Architects
  • Church Lucas
  • Queensgate Limited Partnership
  • Sonnet Energy LTD
  • GEDA Construction
  • Lakeland Estates
  • J.C.H.H. Architects and Designers
  • JVH Town Planning Consultants
  • Myles and Sims Architects

No.1 Ermine Street, Ancaster

No.1 Ermine Street, a significantly important late 1st-4th century AD site which has helped to further current knowledge of the Roman Town of Ancaster. During 2009 MAS undertook a strip, map and record exercise during development at No.1 Ermine Street, Ancaster. After initial machining of the site area it soon became apparent that a well […]

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The Old Plough, Weston-on-Trent

Between 2010-2012 MAS undertook a series of archaeological investigations during the re-development of a former public house site, The Old Plough, Weston-on-Trent, Derbyshire. Initially MAS were asked to undertake a trenched evaluation of the site area prior to development, during this evaluation we discovered 11th century features and deposits, along with some well preserved 11th […]

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Peterborough City Centre

Peterborough has kept MAS busy over the last couple of years with varied and interesting projects, ranging from desktop assessments, evaluations, watching briefs and building recording. Between 2011-12 we conducted watching briefs at the Queensgate Shopping Centre during small scale expansion of the site, and where we discovered post-medieval pottery and a stone lined well […]

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Ashton Estate, Ashton, Northamptonshire.

Since 2012 MAS have been involved with the archaeology of the Ashton Estate, Ashton, Northamptonshire. This estate was purchased by Lionel Rothschild in 1860 and later developed by his son Nathaniel Mayer, 1st Lord Rothschild, who transformed it into a model farm and was responsible for many of the estate’s revival style Grade II Listed […]

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