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German company to design GEM exhibit scenario

Nevine El-Aref , Friday 9 Dec 2016
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German company Atelier Bruckner has won a tender with the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities to design the display scenario at the new Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM), which overlooks the Giza Plateau.

Atelier Bruckner is a leading global company in the field of architectural designs for exhibitions and museums.

The company has implemented 316 projects in countries around the world and has won over 200 international awards in its field.

The Ministry of Antiquities had launched a tender for the job for 20 international and local companies, 10 of which applied for the tender. 

Minister of Antiquities Khaled El-Enany had appointed a professional committee, including scientists and experts, to evaluate which company would be best suited for the job.

The committee narrowed down the selection to four companies, of which Atelier Bruckner came out on top.

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