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by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer Everyone on site is looking forward to a short break over Christmas – but before we have a few days off here’s a quick roundup of some building and construction tidbits! Firstly, here’s the November web cam footage in case you missed our social media posts about it recently. […]
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer I’ll start today’s post by bringing you up to speed with the time lapse footage from the construction site web cam. Here’s the footage from September and October which we haven’t yet shared on the blog. We do post this footage on our YouTube channel each month too. Other […]
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer I’ve come across a few images this month that show the construction site from different vantage points to the ones I take photos from so I thought I’d start this post by sharing them. The first couple were taken by a colleague during a hard hat tour in […]
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer Has a month really gone by already? How about 12 of them? Since our last #BuildUpdate we’ve reached a whole year since the Museum and Art Gallery closed so building and construction could start. Time certainly flies when you have a huge redevelopment project to deliver! Just in […]
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer Since our last #BuildUpdate the demolition of the post-war extension at the back of the former Central Library has been completed. With the building cleared you can really see the extent of the site for the first time – take a look at our web cam shot from […]
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer We’re mid-way through July already and there’s plenty more progress on site. Watch the web cam footage from last month for an overview of what happened in June. The mechanical demolition work that started in the middle of June continues. Here are some quick shots that show you […]
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer We’ve got some major pieces of news to round up in this month’s #BuildUpdate! It’s hard to believe we’re more than half way through June already. In case you haven’t seen it yet, here’s the most recent time lapse video from the construction site web cam. This covers […]
PRESS RELEASE: The team behind the city’s ground breaking History Centre project is preparing for the start of a new chapter in the journey towards a 2020 opening. Plymouth City Council is set to sign a contract worth £22.6 million with Willmott Dixon for the major building and construction work while concept designs for some of the galleries have also been signed off.
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer Welcome to this month’s update on all things to do with the building and construction work that’s taking place at the History Centre site. Firstly, here’s the latest time lapse video from the web cam which takes us back to everything that happened during April. You may have […]
PRESS RELEASE: Three new exhibitions developed by or supported by staff from the Plymouth History Centre are now on display. One highlights the impact of the Blitz on the city and its ambitious rebuilding plan. Two others focus on the life and achievements of sailor Sir Francis Chichester.