Archaeology is the science that studies the human past by the physical evidence that has been left behind in the landscape. This could be the remains of houses, graveyards or defensive works, but also potshards or flint. These remains form the archaeological record and are the unwritten history of a city, village or region.

BODAC tends to the examination of archaeological remains, carries out archaeological research and writes the necessary scientific reports, all in accordance with the Dutch governmental requirements.

Often, before development plans can be carried out, both archaeological research and research into unexploded conventional explosives (UXO) must take place. Because Bodac masters both disciplines, you are dealing with only one party, which communicates and works much faster and easier.

BODAC works in accordance with the latest Quality Norm Dutch Archaeology, Kwaliteitsnorm Nederlandse Archeologie (KNA).