Firm makes awards shortlist with Titanic and Olympic projects

Titanic Museum in Belfast

Titanic Museum in Belfast

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A SPECIALIST multimedia firm has won international acclaim for its work on two high profile tourist attractions.

DJ Willrich has kicked off 2013 with two of its schemes involving the Titanic and the Olympics being shortlisted in the EMEA Project InAVation Awards.

The firm, based in Beaulieu, has been commended for its work at the Titanic Belfast Experience, which has been shortlisted in the Most InAVative Visitor Attraction, and the BP Olympic Showcase, a corporate pavilion at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, shortlisted in the Most InAVative Leisure and Entertainment Facility category.

David Willrich, DJW’s managing director, said: “It is a huge honour to be shortlisted in these prestigious awards. For your work to be judged as among the best over several continents is something very special.”

Josh Miller, director, added: “We are all incredibly proud of our part in both projects and this, together with other project achievements such as the National Football Museum, Manchester, has made 2012 a year to remember.”

The winners will be announced on January 30 at the Amsterdam Convention Factory in the Netherlands.

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2:23pm Thu 24 Jan 13 kingnotail says…

Wow doesn't the Belfast Titanic museum look impressive?

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