Archaeological Services

archaeological services

BaRAS has unrivalled knowledge of Bristol having served both the city and the surrounding south-west for over 30 years. With a commitment to delivering work to a high standard, on time, and within budget, our well-rounded professional service to clients includes:

Latest News & Events

Barton Hill Pottery, Bristol

In January 2013 BaRAS undertook an archaeological evaluation in advance of a proposed housing development in Queen Ann Road, in the Barton Hill area of Bristol

Redevelopment at 66 Queen Square and King Street, Bristol

BaRAS recently undertook a targeted excavation followed by a watching brief between Queen Square and King Street. This location was originally known as ‘The Marsh’ and was an open area used for public recreational purpose

Newland House, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire

Newland House was in the process of being renovated when fire broke out in April 2012, leaving the building gutted and roofless

Fairfield Gardens, Glastonbury, Somerset

Excavations in advance of a new housing development in Glastonbury have uncovered evidence of medieval occupation and 15th or early 16th century leather making