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Utah's Natural History Gets Stunning New Habitat

Utah's Natural History Gets Stunning New Habitat
At the end of last year the Natural History Museum of Utah unveiled its new home, the spectacular $102.5 million Rio Tinto Center in Salt Lake City.

Featuring 34,000 square feet of exhibition space and 10 permanent galleries focussing on the state's ancient ecosystems, biogeography, native peoples and how climate change and population growth are expected to shape the state in the future; the new center makes the museum one of the most prominent natural history destinations in the American West.

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2011 CONFERENCE BEST YET

We held our annual conference at Merseyside Maritime Museum, Liverpool in December.  As in previous years, the event was hugely popular with a great turnout on the day even despite the dismal weather.

The success of the day was no doubt helped by this year's format which covered the major aspects of managing a museum project, such as design, site construction, and cost management.  The new Museum of Liverpool was used as a case study, and many of the speakers focussed on their involvement in the project; discussing both the successes and challenges.  We were also privileged enough to have presentations from Sharon Granville (Project Director, Museum of Liverpool) and David Fleming (Director, National Museums Liverpool) which in turn sparked some lively and interesting discussion among our delegates.


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PROUDLY ANNOUNCING EXCITING NEW PARTNERSHIPS

2011 was a great year for us in terms of forging some promising new business links.
During the year we signed contracts with three new distributors, in Spain, Kuwait and Denmark.  In Spain we are collaborating with Madrid-based firm Ypuntoending, Managing Director Mr Javier Delgado; in Denmark with Copenhagen-based firm Kvorning Design and Communication, Director Mr Arne Kvorning; and in Kuwait with City General Trading & Contracting Company, Managing Director Mr Fawzy Al Qattan.


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COMING IN OUR NEXT E-NEWSLETTER...

Our R&D engineers have been working hard recently and we have some exciting new product development news!