OJT Heritage is the trading-name and archaeological consultancy of independent researcher Dr Oliver O'Grady. OJT Heritage provides innovative and competitive commercial services ranging from geophysical surveys to community heritage projects. We can provide professional advise and services that are informed by extensive experience in archaeological and historical research, particularly in the study of historic landscapes and medieval northern Europe.

OJT Heritage can help you develop a bespoke and multidisciplinary approach to the delivery of your project. With Oliver's insights into academia, teaching and training, Local Authority planning, HLF-funded community projects, historic landscape assessment and demonstrated experience in project management, you can depend on a reliable service, undertaken with professionalism, which delivers clear results.

As a sole-trader, all correspondence and meetings will be with Oliver directly. This enables him to tailor any project to your individual requirements, giving you a more personalised service and allowing more flexibility to work on projects anywhere in the UK. For larger projects our extensive professional network and reliable subcontractor base means we have the capacity to deliver on your specifications, whilst giving you a unique service and creating a high quality product that will ensure your project is innovative and high impact.

For more information and to contact OJT Heritage please visit our Contact page.

Archaeological Services

OJT Heritage provide a wide range of archaeological services:

  • Geophysical Surveys
  • Community Projects
  • Archaeological Excavation
  • Landscape Survey
  • Post-excavation Management

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News Feed

5th October 2015:

Just back from another week of cutting-edge magnetometer survey in collaboration with Atlas Geophysical at Castle Stuart, Inverness-shire for Highland Archaeology Services. The Sensys Magneto® MX V3 16 channel system - it's the way of the future!

6th October 2015:

Great meeting this afternoon with the friendly folk at Benarty Heritage Preservation Group planning our Lochore Castle dig public feedback event for this November, part our work for the Living Lomonds LP. Thanks to Chairman Tony and members for tea, biscuits and such a warm welcome.