2011 – Shortlisted for the British Festival of Science Award for Excellence in Archaeological Research, for the work of Cathy Moore for CRDS for her work excavating at Edercloon, Co. Longford, in advance of the N4 Dromod Roosky Bypass.
2009 – Shortlisted for the LAMA (Local Government, City and County Council Awards) Awards, as part of the project team responsible for the successful delivery of the N4 Dromod Roosky Bypass.
2008 – Recipient of two Heritage Council INSTAR research awards: ‘The Early Medieval Archaeology Project’ in partnership with UCD; and ‘Cultivating Societies: assessing the evidence for agriculture in Neolithic Ireland’ in partnership with Queens’ University.
2005 – Winner of the British Festival of Science Award for Excellence in Archaeological Research, a high profile international academic award, presented to Matthew Seaver of CRDS for his work excavating at Raystown, Co. Meath as part of the advance archaeological works relating to the N2 Finglas to Ashbourne Dual carriageway.
2004 & 2002 – (In partnership with Cunnane Stratton Reynolds), recipient of two Irish Landscape Institute Landscape Planning Awards for the Waterways Corridors Studies undertaken on behalf of the Heritage Council.
2002 – Awarded a Grade A (Excellent, no task left incomplete) for a large scale EIS by Meath County Council, the first time the cultural heritage component of an EIS achieved this grade.