Museum of Liverpool, Mann Island, Liverpool

Client: Countryside Properties & Neptune Developments Ltd

Architect: Broadway Malyan

Contractor: Galliford Try

Project value: £72 million

Project team: Richard Mackenzie

RMP provided Environmental Impact Assessment. The museum of Liverpool, Mann Island, opened in 2011 is built by the River Mersey next to ‘The Three Graces’. The building is conceived as inclined or elevated platforms. Situated at the pier head the museum is visible from both the river and the city.

The museum is the first national museum to display popular culture and tackle social history. The museum timed its opening to coincide with the 100th birthday of the city’s Royal Liver Building

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