Reopening of Bletchley Park

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Wednesday 18th June marked the official reopening of Bletchley Park by HRH The Duchess of Cambridge, who paid tribute to her grandmother who worked there during World War II.

Artelia Project Managed the project to restore huts 3 and 6 to WWII appearance, and create exciting new visitor facilities in the once near derelict Block C, now a vibrant new Visitor Centre, which will continue to welcome hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.

The buildings have been returned to their wartime appearance and atmosphere and the completed project now allows visitors to experience what it was like for the Codebreakers during WWII.

Stephen Prowse, Head of Project Delivery at Artelia UK said: “The project team shared a passion and respect for the project and the spirit of Bletchley Park permeated us all – attention to detail and resilience in the face of adversity – which drove us to produce a world class visitor experience that respects and pays tribute to the essential and painstaking work that was carried out here during WW2.”

Click here to read the press release