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One of our unique skills is working alongside heritage organisations to create or restore archaeological reconstructions. We can train and work alongside volunteer teams or staff to pull off large-scale building projects.
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Archaeological Reconstruction

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Wooden archaeological reconstruction involves the recreation of ancient wooden structures, such as buildings, boats, tools, and other artifacts, using traditional woodworking techniques and materials.

Throughout the entire process, great care is taken to ensure that the reconstruction is as accurate and authentic as possible. This may involve using traditional tools and techniques, working with experts in various fields, and adhering to strict quality standards. The goal of wooden archaeological reconstruction is to create a faithful representation of the original structure or artifact, providing valuable insights into the history, culture, and technology of past civilizations.

Larch Wood can provide realistic estimates and keep the project on track throughout the entire process.


Archaeological reconstruction projects

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