OJT Heritage is the trading-name and archaeological consultancy of archeologist Dr Oliver O'Grady. Oliver provides innovative and competitive commercial services ranging from geophysical surveys, historical and archaeological research, editorial services, excavation and community heritage projects. His professional advise is informed by extensive experience in the heritage sector underpinned by the highest academic achievement and expertise in historic landscapes of the British Isles and north-western 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 providing the flexibility to work on projects anywhere in the UK and wider Europe. For larger projects Oliver's extensive professional network and reliable subcontractor base means he has the capacity to deliver on your specifications however demanding, whilst giving you a unique service and creating a high quality product that will ensure your project is innovative and high impact.
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26th February 2016:
Finished final draft text for a new series of 'Archaeology Hotspot' guides for the Lomond Hills area in Fife today on behalf of the Living Lomonds. Had to go through quite a few format changes, but we've arrived at an accessible product we can all be happy with! A great wee addition to guided walks on archaeology in the area.
17th February 2016:
Spent a great morning at Portmoak Community Hall in Kinross-shire with volunteers from the Living Lomonds project finishing up sorting of post-medieval finds from last year's Lochore Castle excavation. Thanks to all the team for your dedicated help.
16th February 2016:
A great morning with Ninian Stuart and colleagues from the Falkland Centre for Stewardship at Falkland Estate discussing plans for site conservation and excavation at the remains of a medieval deer park pale. OJT Heritage will be directing geophysical surveys and community excavation around the deer park later in the year.
11th February 2016:
A bit of high-spec ground penetrating radar survey at Aberdeen Airport with our excellent collaborators at Atlas Geophysical Ltd. We managed to finish up good and early at 1am in the morning.
6th February 2016:
Its been a busy start to the year! Some great meetings with the nice folk at Living Lomonds Landscape Partnership in January to plan out this the final year of their exciting community archaeology programme (more on later!). Early in February though Dr Oliver O'Grady presented a talk with members of the Living Lomonds team at Kirkcaldy museum about the OJT Heritage-lead excavations at East Lomond Hillfort (2016) and Lochore Castle (2015). A well attended public event and thanks to the museum staff for a warm welcome all round. David Caldwell's talk on medieval seals was particularly interesting too.