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ORCA Background

by Colin last modified 2008-03-04 07:55

 

ORCA was established in 2007 and offers services in archaeology and geophysics. Prior to ORCA being set up archaeological services were provided by ORCA’s prior incarnation as the Projects Unit of the Orkney Archaeological Trust which had built up an excellent reputation and a regular client base.
The Geophysics Unit was established in 2004 as an integral part of the Archaeology Department. It is equipped with a wide range of the latest equipment and has undertaken commercial work throughout Scotland. It is now expanding into environmental site investigation.

Location
Located in one of the most archaeologically significant parts of Britain, ORCA is housed within the Archaeology Department of Orkney College, a partner in the UHI Millennium Institute.
The College is very well equipped with a modern range of PCs, video conferencing equipment with a LAN within the College and a high capacity WAN connection to other partner institutions. With modern developments in transport connections, travel to and from Orkney presents no hindrance to ORCA’s mobilisation. ORCA’s location is ideally suited for work throughout the Highlands and islands.

Copyright and disclaimer notices
COPYRIGHT NOTICE Unless otherwise expressly stated, copyright or similar rights in the material presented on this site is owned by ORCA. Readers have limited permission to print or download extracts from these pages for their personal use only and are not entitled to use this material for commercial purposes without our permission. Unless with our permission, no part of this site may be reproduced or transmitted to or stored in any other web site or publication.
DISCLAIMER Whilst ORCA makes every attempt to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the information on this website, this information should not be relied upon as a substitute for formal advice from ORCA. Both the employees and agents of ORCA will not be responsible for any loss, however arising, from use of, or reliance on this information.
ORCA has full public liability and employer’s liability insurance. We also have full professional indemnity insurance. In order to minimise our risks, we have devised a full Health and Safety Handbook and procedures which all our staff follow.

 

 

 

 

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