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British Museum reveals progress on £135M exhibitions centre

The British Museum has today revealed progress on its £135M World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre ahead of its opening in March next year.

The centre, which is being constructed by consultant Mace will include an exhibitions gallery, laboratories, studios and stores for the collection. It consists of five pavilions, one of which is below ground.

“With construction remaining on schedule, the WCEC will provide important new facilities for the museum and is a development Mace is proud to be a key part of.”

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