City & County Museum, Lincoln

Description – This project featured a new-build, award winning museum in the heart of the City of Lincoln. The site is a scheduled ancient monument, in the heart of the historic City of Lincoln. The project incorporates temporary and permanent exhibition spaces, shop, café, and education areas as well as offices and storage for the museum staff.

Burke Hunter Adams were engaged as quantity surveyors for the construction of the new museum around a central courtyard including audio-visual theatre, café, shops and other public facilities.

We also assisted with Heritage Lottery Fund and European Objective 2 grant applications.

Awards – RIBA award. Short-listed – Gulbenkian Museum of the year 2006. Concrete Society Award overall winner 2006. AIA Design Excellence award 2007. Civic Trust Award 2009. 2009 Civic Trust Award.

Project Data

  • Service: Quantity Surveyors
  • Value: Confidential
  • Client: Lincoln Museum
  • Architect: Panter Hudsmith

Features – Temporary and permanent exhibition spaces, shop, café and education areas as well as offices and storage. Built on a site of archaeological interest. Public galleries and immersive exhibition spaces. City centre location. Government Funding

Images: Creative Commons – Michael Westley, Ian Carrington and Oliver Mills

Chawton Hill Regulated by RICS

London office

50 Gresham Street,
London, EC2V 7AY

020 7920 9950

bath office

7 Seven Dials, Saw Close,
Bath, BA1 1EN

020 7920 9950