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Redevelopment of the Beaney

 

As well as the extensive restoration of the existing Beaney, an extension has also been built, doubling the size of the existing facility. The extension has created a brand new library, museum and gallery spaces, as well as community areas and a learning lab. It has also enabled the Beaney’s facilities to become more accessible, with a public lift to all levels and an accessible entrance at Best Lane.


The restoration and redevelopment of the Beaney was delivered by Canterbury City Council and Kent County Council working in partnership with the following companies:

Design Team 

Sidell Gibson Architects with John Miller + Partners Architects
http://www.sidellgibson.co.uk/

Mott Macdonald Fulcrum Engineers
http://www.buildings.mottmac.com/

Campbell Reith Hill Structural Engineers
http://www.campbellreith.com/

Casson Mann Exhibition Design
http://www.cassonmann.co.uk/

Norman Chang – Conservation Architect
http://www.conservation-architecture.com/

Project Management, Cost Management and CDM Co-ordinator

Faithful+Gould  
Fgould.com

Main contractor

Wates Construction http://www.wates.co.uk/

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Sidell Gibson Architects with John Miller   Partners Architects, logo
 
 

Mott Macdonald Fulcrum Engineers logo
 
 

Campbell Reith Hill Structural Engineers, logo
 
 

Casson Mann Exhibition Design, logo
 
 

Norman Chang - Conservation Architect, logo
 
 

Faithful Gould, logo
 
 

Wates Construction, logo