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Background

The Victoria & Albert Museum is a world-renowned leading museum, that has a collection of over 2.3 million objects in art, design and housing that spans over 5,000 years.

The history of the V&A stretches back to 1852 when it opened as a Museum of Manufactures. Today, the V&A attracts over 4 million visitors each year and is undergoing a comprehensive programme titled, FuturePlan, which focuses on the restoration of the Grade 1 listed building and redesign to enable improved accessibility to more of the collection along with the transformation of unused areas into public galleries and support spaces.

Stace has been appointed on the V&A Project Management framework. This framework runs for 4 years and all capital works will be issued via mini-bid through the framework.

Stace has recently undertaken a full heritage fabric asset survey for the museum to identify areas requiring urgent maintenance and care. This asset register will help the client to identify improvements through the capital works programme.

Stace was successful in the first mini-bid under the framework and is supporting the V&A on the Fashion Gallery Project which forms part of FuturePlan phase 3.

The V&A’s Fashion Gallery is located in the heart of their South Kensington site in the 19th-century domed court designed by Aston Webb. The collection spans five centuries and is the largest collection of dress in the world.

The project will see a complete redesign of the gallery, new purpose-built display cases and the lifting of the existing mezzanine to improve environmental conditions and visitor experience.

Our Role

Stace is delivering Project Management and Contract Administration to Victoria & Albert Museum on the Fashion Gallery Project, which is part of their FuturePlan programme.

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Peter Chana
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