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Bovis bags £18m National Maritime Museum extension

Bovis Lend Lease has won an £18.2 million contract to refurbish and redevelop the South West Wing of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London.

The contractor will have to carry out extensive refurbishment of the  Grade I listed building including major structural intervention to create a new archive store and public access areas.

A new below ground exhibition space, new cafe and terraced brasserie as well as archive handling areas will also be built.

The project should provide opportunities for improved visitor circulation between the new wing and the adjacent Neptune Court and allow the Museum to develop a regular programme of temporary exhibitions.