BAM Construction Limited is set to be named as the main contractor for Dundee’s £45million V&A museum.
And today the company has published an incredible fly-through video, taking viewers through the inside of Kengo Kuma’s incredible building on the banks of the Tay.
After setting the scene of the building itself, the animated tour goes through the galleries and open spaces which will make up the V&A’s Dundee outpost – and even up in the lift!
Speaking about the BAM appointment, Philip Long, Director of V&A Dundee, said, “This is an important step for all of us in building the home of V&A Dundee, a world-class visitor attraction and flagship of the waterfront regeneration.
“BAM Construction has an excellent track record in the delivery of prestigious cultural projects in Scotland.
“V&A Dundee is very much here already of course. We have a dedicated team who are busy making an impact across the country, through a variety of community engagement and learning initiatives as well as bringing world-class exhibitions and leading international designers to Scotland.
“We are all delighted to see this next chapter in our story begin.”
* Don’t miss tonight’s Evening Telegraph for a detailed update on the progress of the V&A at Dundee project.