TAS Lecture | Reminder for Tuesday 29th November | A1 Leeming to Barton: Further up the road| Helen Maclean, Technical Director for Archaeology at AECOM.

29th Nov | A1 Leeming to Barton: Further up the road | Helen Maclean, Technical Director for Archaeology at AECOM7.30pm at Stockton Central Library TS18 1TU. Guests are welcome for £4 each on the door.

Helen Maclean, Technical Director for Archaeology at AECOM, the design engineers for the A1 scheme, will provide an update on recent finds oField 177-178 01-04-2015 PM (34).JPGf the excavations on the scheme, including work at Cataractonium, Bainesse Cemetery and Scotch Corner.

As well as providing the results of the excavations, Helen will provide details of her involvement with the scheme since 2004 and the role of an archaeological consultant. Archaeological work does not just start when construction begins, nor does it end when construction finishes.

Helen will provide details of the extensive research and surveys that were undertaken prior to construction start, and a ‘behind the scenes’ look at the role of the archaeological consultant on a major scheme such as this.

About the Speaker

Maclean_Helen.jpgHelen has been an archaeological consultant since 2001.Prior to that she worked as a field archaeologist in Northampton. She studied at the University of Bradford and was involved with a research project into hunter-gatherer mobility in the Yorkshire Dales.

Since 2004 she has been involved with the A1 Dishforth to Barton scheme, but has also worked on a number of major projects across the UK, including the Olympic Legacy, a 70km pipeline in east Yorkshire, and an overhead powerline in Northern Ireland.

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