The recent refurbishment of the Hunterian Museum in London was a significant undertaking, involving the development of new museum spaces covering approximately 500m2. The project was part of a wider refurbishment of the Royal College of Surgeons headquarters in Lincoln’s Inn and aimed to create a modern, informative, and immersive space for visitors to explore.
As part of the refurbishment, our team at Steensen Varming was tasked with providing essential mechanical and electrical engineering services, as well as house lighting, to support the design and construction of all necessary services and finishes for the museum’s basebuild. Our contribution was critical in ensuring the fitout team could add the final touches to create a welcoming and informative space for visitors.
Throughout the project, we worked closely with our clients to ensure the museum was equipped with all the necessary infrastructure to create a seamless and immersive experience for visitors. Our team takes great pride in our ability to work collaboratively with clients to deliver projects of the highest standard, and the Huntarian Museum project was no exception.
The refurbished Hunterian Museum features a world-class collection of anatomical specimens and surgical instruments, offering a unique insight into the history of medicine and surgery.
We are incredibly grateful to have been part of this significant project and we look forward to continuing to collaborate with our clients on future endeavors and delivering projects that exceed expectations.