Lord Cultural Resources was engaged to manage the Millennium project: EXPO 2000, Hannover’s innovative “theme park”. Arguably the largest exhibition project ever, this ambitious Thematic Area covered over 100,000 square meters of exhibition space in 5 halls. The 11 themes explored the core issues facing humanity in the next century, and presented innovative solutions essential to our survival. Lord Cultural Resources’ role was multifaceted as we assisted EXPO 2000 Hannover GmbH to transform the exciting designs created by teams of internationally known designers and architects into workable, feasible constructions for the 40 million visitors to visit the German city in the year 2000.
Our Lord Cultural Resources Hannover team was thrilled to work with talented and diverse groups from around the world to make EXPO 2000 a landmark in World Expositions.
“Our close working relationship with Lord Cultural Resources…, their international experience and clear understanding of the content of the themes confirmed our decision to award the project steering contract to Lord. The integration of Lord has essentially contributed to the realization of the themes to date. We commend Lord for their cooperation and dedicated commitment.”
Fred-M. Dillenberger, Technical Director, Thematic Area and Projects around the World, i.A. Bettina Ebi, Project Manager, Thematic Area/Project 26