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)
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Following eight years in MOLA's field team, Louise became an Assistant Project Manager in 2014. She is an accomplished archaeologist who has been working in commercial archaeology in London and south east England since 2002. Her supervisory and publication experience covers a broad range of sites and periods, including burial grounds, waterfronts and deeply stratified urban excavations in the City of London and Westminster.
Louise has several years of experience working within interdisciplinary teams to produce archaeological publications. She is a co-author of MOLA Monograph ‘Doctors, dissection and resurrection men: excavations in the 19th century burial ground of the London Hospital’, for which she undertook a great deal of primary historical research and provided expert advice for an exhibition at the Museum of London based on discoveries from the site. Louise is co-author of ‘At the limits of Lundenwic: excavations in the north-west of Middle Saxon London at St Martin’s Courtyard, 2007–8’ and a forthcoming MOLA Studies Series on the excavation of a series of medieval waterfronts at Watermark Place in the City.
Louise is an Associate member of the CIfA.