Work has progressed well on the Chadwick Centre, part of the International Bomber Command Centre (IBCC) site in Lincoln over the past few months.
The centre will provide state-of-the-art technology to tell the story of Bomber Command. Covering the contribution of the men and women from over 60 nations, at all levels, the project will bring to life not only the period of the War, but the fight to gain recognition and the work undertaken to rebuild Europe’s cities.
The building is now water tight and the internal plastering is now being done.
The rooms are starting to take shape, with completion due in October. After the building is complete, work will begin to finalise the exhibition which should see the centre fully completed by the end of the year.
Director of IBCC, Nicky Barr said, ‘The team at R G Carter have a very positive “Can Do” attitude and have solutions rather than problems at the forefront of their work ethic’.
The IBCC will provide one of the most comprehensive records of Bomber Command in the world and will ensure that generations to come can learn of their vital role in protecting the freedom we enjoy today.