Client: Imperial War Museum, London | Sector: Hospitality | Duration:18 weeks | Value: £160K
IWM was founded on 5 March 1917 when the War Cabinet approved a proposal by Sir Alfred Mond MP for the creation of a national war museum to record the events still taking place during the Great War. The intention was to collect and display material as a record of everyone’s experiences during that war – civilian and military – and to commemorate the sacrifices of all sections of society. Today the IWM has evolved to incorporate all conflicts at its prestigious Lambeth Road location
We were delighted to be awarded the works at this prestigious site. The overall project consisted of the design, construction and fit out of new Galleries, together with a refresh of the Second World War atrium terrace displays. Phase 2a consisted of the completion of the new Second World War Galleries (SWWG) on Level 1 and Phase 2b, the new Holocaust Galleries (HG), on Level 2.
- Category 6a Structured Cabling System
- Fibre Optic System
- Audio Visual System
- Wireless System