En-Sure offers archaeological monitoring services through its in-house team of qualified archaeologists. En-Sure’s archaeologists are available for regular inspections or continuous monitoring throughout the duration of a project, including the excavation and post-excavation phases, and can also supervise the restoration of important cultural heritage features.
Archaeological monitoring is usually required as part of development permit conditions and occasionally during the pre-permitting stage as part of the Malta Environment and Planning Authority’s evaluation process. Archaeological monitoring may also be necessary if development is occurring next to sensitive areas such as heritage sites or outside development zones.
En-Sure’s archaeologists liaise closely with the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage throughout works to ensure a smooth operation throughout, and proper recording and safeguarding of our cultural heritage.
Our clients have included a range of government agencies, private companies and individuals. More information on current and past archaeological projects carried out by En-Sure is available here.