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)
Nicholas is a Project Manager at MOLA. He joined as an Archaeologist in 1986, and was promoted to Senior Archaeologist in 1988. Since 1988 he has supervised excavations in the City of London, West London, Southwark, and elsewhere, becoming a Project Manager in 2014.
In his Project Manager role, Nicholas specialises in the organisation and supervision of large, complex projects that require the coordination of multi-disciplinary teams, particularly for transport infrastructure. This covers both office and site-based projects. Nicholas has conducted numerous archaeological impact assessments, including those for Railtrack Thameslink, the East London Line Project, and the Crossrail archaeological impact assessment, initial fieldwork, and archaeological mitigation designs.
Nick holds the IOSH Supervising Safely Certificate.