D-Day: Interception, Intelligence, Invasion
Bletchley Park was once the top-secret home of the World War Two Codebreakers, where the decryption of messages and intelligence produced by the codebreakers saw significant developments in the efforts of World War Two. This design and build with PLB Projects, saw the delivery of the D-Day: Interception, Intelligence, Invasion Exhibition, Teleprinter Building at Bletchley Park.
The scope that The Hub had been enlisted to complete included; the production of full setting out drawings, alongside the off-site production and on-site installation of joinery set-works, glass works and glazing, metal works, Corian works and LED Lighting graphics. The project required the development of two individual rooms with individual requirements. The Pre-Show Area would serve as a waiting and information room. Within the pre-show area a number of interactive services were required including the graphics blades and pull-ups.Photo Credit © Will Amlot, courtesy of Bletchley Park Trust.