The British Museum London WC1B 3DG – Assyrian & Greek Vases Gallery

Project value: £254,000

Summary of works:

The British Museum, which was the first public building in the UK to be electrically lit, engaged Alpine Works as principal contractor to update the emergency lighting in several important spaces. Supporting a wider programme of new fire detection and fire voice alarm systems, our works included new lighting in the Assyrian Gallery, the Greek Vases Gallery and the Old Lecture Theatre Foyer, amongst various other Gallery. rooms. The project also included the provision of a new general lighting installation in the Greek Vases

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