Building a cultural legacy

David Cotton - 5 Dec, 2014

It all started in 1893 when we built the Tate Britain Gallery in London. It opened as the National Gallery of British Art in 1897, but was commonly known as the Tate Gallery after its founder. Now we are refurbishing and extending the Tate in St Ives, a £8.5m contract to increase its capacity to 240,000 annual visitors, a few more than the 37,000 annual visitors it was designed for.

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