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Welcome to ArchaeoDomus Archaeological and Heritage Services, which was established by Ross Cook in 2014 after leaving work with the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales. The aim was and always will be to offer archaeological services and heritage advice to the highest possible standards, whilst ensuring the clients' requirements are understood to meet their aims.
Since establishing in 2014 we have built up a client base throughout Wales and England, both the to private and public sectors. Our clients have so far included Cadw, Magdalen College Oxford, Christ Church Oxford, The Brymbo Heritage Group, the Tower of London, and The Buildings of Muslim and Ottoman Palestine Research Project.
We undertake a range of archaeological and heritage services, through which we pride ourselves on delivering a high level of service and expertise. We provide competitive prices across a range of services on offer to private customers, developers, civil engineers and heritage bodies, which include:
If you have any questions please feel free to get in contact to discuss your requirement and please enjoy the site! archaeology wales, archaeologist wales
Historic Building Recording
Desk Based Assessments
Heritage Environment Assessments
A complete buildings survey of a large set of barns associated with Plas Machen, Mons. Unlike most previous work by ArchaeoDomus, this project was to survey and prepare 'as is' plans to allow the production of designs by the project architect. But that did not mean the building was not interesting!
A piece of work recently commissioned purely for research and to further the understanding of one of the great houses of the Tywi Valley. This Georgian looking house hides a late medieval core, build by Henry ap Gwilym between the years of 1464 and 1500.
A recent pre-works survey for Cadw to record in stone by stone detail the outer gatehouse. This work is to provide an 'as is' record prior to conservation works to stabilise both facing and core stonework, before soft capping the walls to protect the friable stone from deterioration.
Laser Scanning & 3D recording are becoming more widely utilised in archaeology with every year that passes. From detailed point clouds to photogrammetry, it is providing a different approach to recording built heritage and in turn allowing new ways to engage people in archaeology and history, in a way that feels more alive than a standard photo, plan or drawing!
Here's a few to have a play with:-