Following the success of the bicentenary exhibition created by 301 at ICE's London headquarters, the displays were shown at an open-air exhibition in St Stephen's Square in Budapest, Hungary.

The exhibition was opened on a beautiful, sunny September evening by the Mayor of Budapest. It highlighted the important contribution civil engineering has made to society over the last 200 years and the challenges engineers help to solve throughout the world.

It accompanied the Hungarian engineering conference formally opened by HRH Prince Andrew, Duke of York, and the President of Hungary, Dr János Áder.

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Opening up the world

The ICE entrusted 301 to re-present their bicentenary exhibition beyond their London headquarters, starting in the Hungarian capital. It was a key part of an event to support British-Hungarian trade.

An engaging exhibition

301 produced the exhibition in London and liaised closely with the exhibition’s curators in Hungary. The exhibition displays were adapted to suit the large-scale, open-air splendour of one of Hungary’s tourist attractions.

A wider audience

The popular square in central Budapest provided an ideal setting for tourists and locals to discover the world’s key civil engineering achievements. The exhibition then relocated to the city of Pécs.

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