Carolyn Mutch

Project & Programmes Co-ordinator

Having spent the past twenty-five years working in two of my favourite sectors – heritage and the built environment, I can honestly say  I have been lucky. Despite weeks of cold weather in muddy trenches or up scaffolding at the start of my career, I am now in the fortunate position of reaping the rewards of past experience.

Within Tricolor I form part of the interpretation delivery team, ensuring a smooth transition for all stages of the project – from initial feasibility through to design and specification, costing, supply chain management, final fit-out and maintenance policies.

As a former building surveyor, I particularly enjoy the challenges that arise on interpretation projects – each is unique in its own way. What I have found is that they all provide an opportunity to gain new insights into what makes a good visitor experience. There is also a real necessity to work collaboratively with other specialists to create something that is both tangible and authentic.

Programming

Supply chain management

Project management (RIBA 4-7)

BA (hons) Combined Studies in English Literature and Archaeology, University of Newcastle upon Tyne

BSc Building Surveying, Anglia Ruskin University

Previous Work:

Archaeological excavator (various sites) and draughtswoman for both Central Excavation Unit and Chelmsford Archaeological Trust. Reference Department Library Assistant – Cambridge Central Library. Architectural Assistant and trainee Building Surveyor – Pleasance, Hookham and Nix Building surveyor and designer specialising in listed buildings – Bidwells Own building surveying consultancy – as a sole practitioner specialising in refurbishments and  conversions

Tricolor Projects been involved with:

  • 2015 – Erewash Museum – co-ordinating fit-out and delivery
  • 2016 – Sutton Hoo – pricing interpretation design proposals
  • 2016 – Brighton Dome – project management (design development)
  • 2017 – Bury St Edmunds Guildhall – project management (interpretation delivery)

Experience

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08 July 2020

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06 July 2020

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06 July 2020

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06 July 2020

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05 July 2020