Artelia has been appointed to work with the Natural History Museum on its exciting future programme of complex and innovative, temporary and permanent exhibitions.
The Natural History Museum welcomes more than five million visitors a year and is a world-leading science research centre. Through its unique collection and unrivalled expertise it is tackling the biggest challenges facing the world today. It helps enable food security, eradicate disease and manage resource scarcity, and is studying the diversity of life and the delicate balance of ecosystems to ensure the survival of our planet.
Artelia brings a wealth of experience to the museum, cultural and heritage sector. It has a proven track record in delivering on projects that require the installation of exhibitions, interior design and related infrastructure works, focusing on visitor services to the public as well as the ability to provide standard estate type construction and infrastructure projects.
Steve Prowse is the Heritage Sector Champion within Artelia and a well-established HLF Monitor and Mentor, who will lead the Project Management Framework team. He comments:
“Artelia is delighted to have been appointed to this exciting and important framework. It is an honour to work with an organisation of such an exceptional international repute. We look forward to the first project!”
Artelia has a broad span of experience in the heritage, museum and cultural sector, having worked on prestigious projects such Bletchley Park, The Novium, Fishbourne Roman Palace, Chatham Historic Dockyard, and National Museum of the Royal Navy. Artelia has also recently been appointed for the restoration and conservation of Canterbury Cathedral.
Image courtesy of Natural History Museum © The trustees of NHM, London