Kew Gardens, home to the largest botanical and mycological collections in the world, are using CEMAR to manage the refurbishment of the centre’s iconic historical buildings. The redevelopment of the Grade I and II listed buildings will take five years and cost £86 million.
Amongst the buildings first opened in 1759, the Victorian Palm House will be redesigned as well as an addition of new catering buildings and attractions. The team delivering this restoration includes a range of specialists providing services including town planning, surveying and heritage architecture. The project teams use of CEMAR will help to ensure compliance across the various NEC contracts.