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Project Lead Stewart Brown updates us on the Rotorua Museum project

Saturday 5, October 2019

Stewart Brown updates the community in the second of the live streamed Project Updates for Rotorua Museum, held at the … Continue reading →
Rotorua Museum Operations Manager, Cat Jehly, talks about moving the taonga from the Museum into safe storage

Tuesday 13, August 2019

Rotorua Museum Operations Manager, Cat Jehly, talks about the complexities and challenges of moving all the taonga, objects and artworks out of the Museum and into safe storage
RLC Arts & Culture Manager, Stewart Brown, talking about the Rotorua Museum project – currently at developed design stage

Tuesday 13, August 2019

Stewart Brown is Project Sponsor for the Rotorua Museum strengthening, restoration and development project. The project is at developed design stage and he talks about some of the complexities, challenges and opportunities, working on this iconic Category 1 heritage building.
Rotorua Museum Project – The Lead Engineer at GDC, explains some of the complexities of the project

Wednesday 16, January 2019

Keegan Williams is the Lead Engineer at GDC. He explains some of the complexities of the Rotorua Museum project.
Robin Byron from Heritage NZ explains some of the complexities of the project

Wednesday 16, January 2019

Robin Byron from Heritage NZ explains some of the complexities of the Rotorua Museum project.
Rotorua Museum architects explain some of the complexities of this project

Friday 16, November 2018

Matt and Bernard explain the complexities of working on one of the country’s iconic buildings, Rotorua Museum, two years after … Continue reading →
Architects explain why they were keen to be involved with this project

Thursday 15, November 2018

Today marks two years since the closure of the Rotorua Museum doors following the Kaikoura earthquake. Architects, Matt and Bernard, … Continue reading →
Rotorua Museum Architects tell us about their part in restoring the Bath House building

Thursday 15, November 2018

In recognition of two years since the Rotorua Museum closed its doors, Matt Davy and Bernard Needham tell us about … Continue reading →

 

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