DAT Archaeological Services continues to work normally during the Coronavirus outbreak. Some staff will be working at home and so if you wish to contact the Trust please use email rather than the phone. Email addresses can be found under 'Who we Are'.
Mae Gwasanaethau Archeolegol DAT yn parhau i weithio fel arfer yn ystod salwch Coronavirus. Bydd rhai staff yn gweithio gartref ac felly os ydych am gysylltu â'r Ymddiriedolaeth defnyddiwch e-bost yn hytrach na'r ffôn. Gellir dod o hyd i gyfeiriadau e-bost o dan 'Who we Are'.
WELCOME TO DAT ARCHAEOLOGICAL SERVICES
We provide an extensive range of archaeological services to the private and public sector in
South-West Wales and nationally. These include consultancy advice, desk-top assessments, evaluations, excavations,
geophysical surveys, buildings surveys, watching briefs and topographic surveys. We have undertaken over 2000
projects, ranging in size from small-scale watching briefs to large-scale excavation in advance of major developments,
in a variety of environments, including rural, urban, intertidal and upland.
Based in Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire in South-West Wales, DAT Archaeological Services has a complete
understanding of the legislation covering Wales, planning structures and planning guidance, as well as planning
structures in other parts of the UK, and is therefore well placed to offer clients advice and provide solutions
on all aspects of cultural heritage and archaeology.
DAT Archaeological Services is the field services/contracting division of Dyfed
Archaeological Trust. Founded
in 1975, the Trust which covers the areas of Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion is one of the longest established archaeological practices in Britain. The Trust is a Registered
Organisation with the Institute for Archaeologists and we abide by their code of conduct and adhere to their
relevant standards and guidance.
Archaeological Consultancy and Desk-Based Assessments
Geophysical and Topographic Survey
Archaeological Evaluation, Excavation and Watching Briefs
Historic Buildings Survey