“Nothing was too much trouble…”
The Jewish Museum was founded in 1932, and was originally located in Woburn House in Bloomsbury, it moved to an elegant early Victorian listed building in Camden Town in 1994.
It has since merged with The London Museum of Jewish Life in 1995, and following years of planning and fundraising the museum bought a former piano factory behind the Camden Town site and raised the required funds to combine and remodel the buildings.
The new Museum opened to the public on 17 March 2010 following a £10 million transformation to create an exciting new landmark museum celebrating Jewish life and cultural diversity.
We were exceptionally proud to be the IT consultants for the entire project. We designed the new computer systems to meet the demands of the transformed museum, both internally for the staff and also for the public to enjoy the specially created groundbreaking interactive displays.
Sarah Jillings, Exhibition Project Leader and Assistant Project Director said “React Computer Partnership made it easy for us to work together, as they designed and installed the entire network infrastructure, both for the network and the wireless used for private and public access. They also helped with media streaming, security and building maintenance issues. Nothing was too much trouble.”
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