National Football Museum, Manchester

PROJECT OVERVIEW

This project involved the relocation of the National Football Museum (NFM) from Preston North End Football Stadium, to Urbis in Manchester City Centre.  The NFM at Urbis is a new Museum, building on the successes of the museum at Preston and of Urbis in developing an innovative exhibition programme.

The overall project required conversion of the Urbis building, including building modifications and the design and installation of exhibition spaces, plus fixed and interactive exhibits. Mechanical and Electrical formed a significant portion of the building fabric alterations works.

The project was delivery successfully on time and in budget and the museum opened on 6th July 2012.

About This Project

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CLIENT : Manchester City Council & Cruden Group Ltd

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ARCHITECT : AFL Architects

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PROJECT VALUE : £10 million

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CONTRACT DURATION: July 2010 – June 2012

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