National Justice Museum, Nottingham
Formerly known as Galleries of Justice, the National Justice Museum had undergone a £1 million refurbishment financed mainly by the Heritage Lottery Fund. The museum houses the UK’s largest collection of over 40,000 law, justice and crime & punishment artefacts.
What we delivered
We had a team of 6 decorators working on almost the entire building and a couple of our flooring operatives installed floors in many areas. We painted high ceilings, the mezzanine, staircases, landings, areas with awkward angles within a 6 weeks’ time frame, transforming the look of the spaces we worked on.
Besides keeping to tight deadlines, one of our challenges was to make the damaged wall next to the laundry room look like as if it was just old, reviving the spoiled wall, giving it a new lease of life and converting it into a feature.
We love making a difference to any space, but we are always especially excited to work on projects which will benefit the local community.