Hendrix at Home

Discovering Hendrix at Handel & Hendrix in London

The Project Team

There are many people working very hard on the capital project and we are grateful to them all for their input. For more information about the companies and people see below.

Acoustic engineer
Gillieron Scott Acoustic Design www.gsacoustics.weebly.com

Haines Phillips Architects www.hainesphillips.co.uk

Asbestos Management services
Adams Environmental www.adamsenvironmental.co.uk

Building Contractor
Desertoak www.desertoak.co.uk

Exhibition designer
Outside Studio www.outsidestudios.co.uk

Graphic designer
Pat O’Leary www.patoleary.co.uk

Mechanical and Electrical engineer
Gibbs Dench Associates

Experience Music Project www.empmuseum.org

Project Manager
Fanshawes www.fanshawe.co.uk

Quantity Surveyor
Thompson Cole www.tclondon.com

Structural engineer
Michael Barclay Partnership www.mbp-uk.com

We are particularly grateful for the generous pro bono work that a number of people have offered along with everyone who has said they will be able to contribute items for the exhibition and reconstructed room. 


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