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Restoration continues at Science and Industry Museum

Science & Industry Museum

New technologies to reduce carbon 

Insider News, North-West has today provided an update on the ongoing restoration work at the Museum of Science and Industry located in Manchester.

The museum has several grade I and grade II-listed buildings within its large city-centre site.

The update talks about the  “critical” restoration work to transform its Victorian buildings and create improved gallery experiences.”

The restoration work is part of a large programme of decarbonisation across the site which will require the adoption of new technologies to ensure the buildings are strong and use less carbon.

Sally MacDonald, Director of the Museum, also spoke about the need to work with specialists in order to conserve the historic aspects of the building as well as ensuring the buildings were sustainable, she told the Insider “The technology we use will become part of our ongoing story as we welcome the scientists and innovators of the future through our doors to learn more about how ideas shape our world.”

It goes without saying that we are delighted to be working with HH Smith on this high-profile, highly specialised contract.

Additional information on the project can be found here.

(Image by By Science Museum Group – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0) and comfort of your buildi

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