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Vicki Score is a Project Manager with over 25 years experience. She has expertise in GIS and CAD and undertakes Heritage Asset Assessments and Environmental Statements.

Vicki has worked in East Midlands archaeology since 1991 and joined ULAS in 1999 to direct a number of landscape excavations. As ULAS’s Project Manager she has been involved in a variety of archaeological projects including the Hallaton Treasure Project which she directed and published in 2011, the Highcross excavations, and several large rural sites and quarries. She is involved in a number of community projects and trains local volunteers and University students. Vicki has a particular expertise in handling complex data using databases, CAD and GIS and is one of ULAS’ Health and Safety co-ordinators. She has been involved in the preparation of numerous Environmental Statements and project designs for archaeological mitigation work including several large road schemes and developments. She specialises in the characterisation of historical landscapes and the assessment of development on sensitive areas including parklands and AONBs.
Vicki Score is a Project Manager with over 25 years experience. She has expertise in GIS and CAD and undertakes Heritage Asset Assessments and Environmental Statements.
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