The Project Managers at MOLA successfully deliver on some of the most challenging archaeological and built heritage projects across the UK. Experts in complex urban sites, large open-area rural sites and above-ground built heritage, our Project Managers understand the pressures of construction and adeptly manage programmes to meet time and budget constraints.
Project Manager (London)
David is one of MOLA's Project Managers, he manages a wide range of schemes throughout Greater London and the UK. He joined MOLA in 2010, bringing with him over 20 years' of archaeological experience.
Before MOLA, he spent six years with English Heritage as an Archaeological Advisor to local planning authorities in London. Prior to this, his background was in the private sector, where he worked for a number of archaeological organisations. After relocating to London in 1988 he developed his skills as a Field Archaeologist supervising several important excavations, often post-medieval industrial sites on London’s Thames waterfront, before progressing into project management.
David developed expert knowledge of heritage within the planning system providing both planning policy and casework advice during his time at English Heritage. He now advises clients on the heritage implications of development and the implementation of archaeological strategies to achieve planning consent and to discharge archaeological conditions. In recent years' he has been responsible for several major excavations in the City of London and archaeological work on large infrastructure projects. He has also helped our clients to resolve archaeological issues on numerous smaller sites with a wide range of cost-effective solutions.
David is a Member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (MCIfA) and holds the IOSH Supervising Safely Certificate.