The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 76 (1998) > Issues > Issue 19 > Steel Drums Put Sheffield on the Music Map
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Steel Drums Put Sheffield on the Music Map

The National Centre for Popular Music in Sheffield is due to open in Spring 1999. The £80m project was the subject of a competition by the developers, Music Heritage Ltd in 1996, which was won by architects Branson Coates, structural engineers Buro Happold and contractor HBG construction.