Ullapool Museum are very excited to work with Highland Archaeology Services with our Lost Inverlael: Finding Balblair Project. With their specialty in Highland Archaeology and History they are a real asset to the team.
Highland Archaeology Services were founded in 2004 by John Wood (previously Regional Archaeologist for the Highland Council) they specialise in the archaeology of northern Scotland. In 2017 a team of old and new employees took up management of HAS and continue to develop the company for the future.
Their services include all types of cultural heritage consultancy, survey, environmental assessment, excavation, building recording, training and community projects. Over the last decade they have undertaken an increasing number of surveys and assessments for the renewable energy sector. They also enjoy good working relations with Highland Council Historic Environment Team, Aberdeenshire Council Archaeology Service who also cover Moray and the Comhairle nan Eilean Siar (Western Isles Council) archaeologist.
Meet The Team
Lachlan joined HAS in February 2013. He is an archaeology graduate of Glasgow University who has worked for Historic Scotland and Archaeology Scotland as well as ARCH Highland, Alness Heritage Centre and other organisations. He has particular expertise in fieldwork and community archaeology. Lachlan became a joint Director in August 2017
Lynne joined the team in 2013. She has a BA from Cardiff University and a post graduate masters in material culture and artefact studies from Glasgow University. She has worked for Historic Scotland, ARCH Highland and Alness Heritage Centre in various roles. Lynne works for HAS in a range of areas but with a particular interest in artefacts and collections management. Lynne became a joint director in August 2017.
Contact Highland Archaeology Services
Postal address: Craig Road, Dingwall, IV15 9LE
Telephone: +44 (0)1349 888 182
Mobile: +44 (0)7715 817552