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Saving the Cutty Sark

Lecture

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Cutty Sark has recently been the subject of a large and complex maritime project. This talk will consider the risks the Trust was exposed to and the technical solutions adopted.

Date and Time

19 March 2013 - 19:00-21:30

Location

London, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the London local network.


About this event

Cutty Sark has recently undergone one of the biggest and most complex maritime projects ever undertaken. The adopted solution is both bold and radical and Richard Doughty, has been directly involved in planning and delivering this project over the last 12 years. He will give a personal view of what he describes as a roller-coaster ride. He will reflect on what inspired the vision, the risks the Trust was exposed to and the technical solutions adopted.

About the speaker

Richard Doughty is an archaeologist by training, and an enthusiast by nature, with a 30 year career in museum direction. He has served as the Chief Executive of the Cutty Sark Trust for more than a decade and championed the saving of the Cutty Sark for the nation through leading the conservation project. Richard is a Director of the Royal Museums Greenwich.

Programme

Evening Lecture
19:00 for 19:30 lecture start


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