LCT7074, The D-Day Story

Client

The National Museum of the Royal Navy

Form of Contract

JCT Intermediate Building Contract with Contrators Design

Duration

48 Weeks

Architect

Pritchard Architecture

Engineer

Mann Williams
M&E Consultant
Chapman BDSP

Construction of cantilevered canopy and basin for the refurbished 200-foot long D-Day landing craft tank (LCT 7074) to be sited outside the D-Day Story in Southsea.

Ascia worked with the Client and Architect, and offered over £300k of value engineering to make the project viable and in budget.

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