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Cragg Management

Cragg ManagementCragg Management Services was established in 2002 to provide clients with a flexible and interactive Project and Construction Management service specialising in Arts and Heritage projects.

The project managers employed all have experience on arts and heritage projects with the company drawing clients from the public and private sector. We identified that Clients in this field required a high degree of personal contact and as such we aim to tailor our service to suit individual client specific needs.

In 2003 we were appointed by Arts Council England as one of their few designated Project Monitoring companies and in 2008 as Heritage Lottery Fund Monitors.

Our field of expertise includes visual and performing arts projects, heritage projects (restoration and adaptation of listed buildings, buildings of national importance and Scheduled Ancient Monuments), multi funded projects including ACE and HLF, SRB / SEEDA and private fundraising / sponsorships, Local Authority led projects, privately funded and contracted projects, interaction with Charitable Trusts and similar organisations.

As a company we are based in Bolney, near Brighton but due to our flexible approach and use of modern technology can service projects throughout the country including Bath, London and the Isle of Wight.

A. Bolney Place
Cowfold Road
Bolney
Haywards Heath
West Sussex
RH17 5QT

T. 01444 880344
E. mail@craggmanagement.com
W. www.craggmanagement.co.uk

Recent Project: The Holburne Museum of Art

Holburne Museum

This project recently completed on site and following a complete fit out opened to the public in May 2011.

The work comprised of full renovation and restoration of the 18th century Grade 1 listed building, including the relocation of the grand Blomfield staircase.  A new glass and ceramic extension was built and linked to the existing museum providing café and exhibition space.

The works to the museum have greatly expanded the exhibition space and doubled the education facilities available.  New interactive displays, library, shop and garden café welcome visitors.

Project value: £11m