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Royal Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
Thursday 17 Nov 2005
 
Gareth Hoskins Architects lead Royal Museum Re-Development 
 
Gareth Hoskins Architects 
 
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The practice has been appointed to lead a multi-disciplinary team to re-develop the Royal Museum, Scotland’s National Museum, for the National Museums of Scotland. The team includes structural engineers David Narro Associates and building services engineers Max Fordham. The £44.5 million proposals, involve a series of major architectural works including a more accessible ‘street level’ entrance, new circulation routes, learning zones, restaurants and shopping facilities. Scotland’s largest Heritage Lottery Fund £16.865 million has been earmarked stage one Heritage Lottery Funding (HLF), for the Grade A listed building, announced in July 2005. The new team will now prepare for stage two.

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Status Stage C
Value 64.08(m€)
Gareth Hoskins Architects
www.garethhoskinsarchitects.co.uk

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