When the architect doesn’t check the engineer’s drawings this is what happens…
Category | Bornean Sun Bear
Construction of a new visitor centre for the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre (BSBCC) has started. This is the final piece of the BSBCC project. The first bear house was completed in 2009 and a public observation deck in 2012. The centre will open to the public in 2014.
July-August 2012. Raleigh volunteers design and build enrichment areas at the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre. The structures will be in the rainforest enclosures to allow the bears to climb off the often flooded ground, while providing shelter from the hot sun and enrichment games for training and play.
Composting area and new walkway at Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre. Arkitrek design, group facilitation and construction management by Maryam Gomary from London Metropolitan University School of Architecture
22 contractors attended a site visit to BSBCC on 3rd June to decide whether to tender for phase II works. The second phase due to start in September 2011 will give us an observation platform and allow the centre to open to the public in March 2012. We’ll annouce the winning contractor at the end of July.