• 10.00am - 5.30pm
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  • Chelsea, London
National Army Museum
  • 10.00am - 5.30pm
  • FREE
  • Chelsea, London

Contracts

Design services for Army at Home gallery

Closing date: 1 August 2022

The National Army Museum wishes to appoint a design company to create the design for the Army at Home gallery from the concept stage to final dimensioned As Built drawings. The successful tenderer will be responsible for not only the look and feel of the exhibition, but also any 3D structural elements and exhibition furniture, interactives and operational elements. The designer will also be responsible for 2D graphic identity from concept to installation.

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Build elements of Conflict in Europe gallery

Closing date: 18 July 2022

The National Army Museum wishes to appoint a suitably qualified contractor to reconfigure its current Battle gallery. Whilst many elements of the existing gallery are to be utilised in the new display, there is a requirement for new construction work, including building new walls, the removal and relocation of some plinths, interactives and making good of existing areas before decoration. 

The Museum is purchasing five new display cases, manufactured by an external company, that the builder will need to interface with and provide enabling works for. The works will also include the strip out of the current Society gallery, the removal, packing and transport to an offsite address in Stevenage of a number of empty display cases and Miniclimas, the relocation and protection of display items that will be remaining in the gallery, the removal of internal walls and set works, and making good of all external gallery walls after works have been completed. The current Society and Battle galleries are adjacent.

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Contracts available for tender are advertised above. All contracts which fall within the OJEU Regulations, and are above the OJEU threshold, will be advertised in accordance with those regulations.

For more information on available contracts, the tendering process, and awarded contracts, please contact us directly.

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