RESTORATION OF MUSEUM EXHIBITS
Museums from all parts of Germany are happy to draw on our knowledge and know-how when it comes to restoration work. Here, our focus is on the heavy industry.
HEAVY, DIFFICULT AND EXTREMELY SENSITIVE - A JOB WITH A HISTORICAL TOUCH
The plan: Today's Ruhr Museum is moving into the old coal washing plant of Essen’s Zeche Zollverein.
Our job: The Essen Ruhr Museum commissioned us to remove their historical objects and reassemble them at the new location. A task we successfully mastered with a great deal of sensitivity.
Relocation of the large objects – The public radio and television station WDR documented the move into the coal washing plant and we were there!
- The city of Essen commissioned us with the restoration of the forge hammers in the Halbach and Deilbach valleys
- In Hilden, we restored the entire furnishings of the Wilhelm Fabry Museum, including an old steam engine to working order
- The city of Bergisch Gladbach commissioned us to restore the machines for the Paper Museum
- In the Rhineland Industrial Museum, we restored and set up, among other things, a roll stand, shears and a rotary casting machine
- The Münster Regional Council (Landschaftsverband) entrusted us with the relocation (disassembly-transport-reassembly) of a gas turbine of about 500 tonnes total weight from Georgsmarienhütte to Hattingen
We will be happy to answer any further questions you may have.