Global giant swoops on capital archaeologist



An Edinburgh-headquartered archaeology firm that has worked on projects including the Aberdeen bypass is eyeing new opportunities for growth after being snapped up by a global engineering and environmental services operator.
Headland Archaeology, which has 170 staff across its four UK offices, has been acquired by RSK Group as the engineering giant continues its rapid expansion strategy.
Full details of the deal were not disclosed, but Headland confirmed that no jobs would be affected by the move as it looks to “enhance the business” and “provide staff with new opportunities” as a result of... read more

 
14 March 2019 in Politics, Views: 67
Source: Scotsman
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