Justice: Past, Present and Future

Three Sixty were appointed as Quantity Surveyors and Client Interpretation Delivery Managers in relation to this Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) funded project by the National Justice Museum (formerly The Galleries of Justice Museum) at their Grade II* listed premises. The works improved visitor routes around the building, provided greater flexibility to the experience, improved interpretations and exhibits by providing greater access to the Museums collections, enhanced interpretation in relation to specific historic content and improved the general flexibility of use.

Three Sixty were instrumental in the preparation of budget estimates for the Capital Works element to support the round two application submitted to the HLF and in doing so worked with both the Client and other members of the team to establish and agree the scope of works. Three Sixty were also responsible for 
Client: National Justice Museum
Location: Nottingham
Project Cost: £240,000
Procurement: JCT Private Without Quantities
Build Programme:6 Weeks