Eden Project International Ltd (EPIL) has signed a partnership agreement with Trivandi, one of the world’s leading specialists in major events and venues projects, to help deliver its plan of expanding Eden Project’s purpose across the globe.
Trivandi, which was formed from the senior team in charge of delivering and running the London 2012 venues and Olympic Park, will provide project management services for Eden’s global projects, helping guide the complex process through from feasibility and design to construction and final delivery. The partnership agreement builds on the strong relationship that has been forged between both teams on several EPIL projects over the past three years.
The Trivandi team have also worked on internationally-significant events and venues projects including the Tokyo 2020 Olympics & Paralympics, the Twickenham Stadium redevelopment and the Cricket World Cup, due to be held in England and Wales this year.
EPIL is the global wing of the Eden Project, the iconic attraction and educational charity in Cornwall. Its aim is to create attractions around the world which share the philosophy of the Cornish project but are themed around issues significant to their location.
The EPIL team is working on a number of projects around the globe, including those in China, Australia, the US and a number of others in the UK, including Eden Project North in Morecambe.
Trivandi’s Executive Director, Paul May, said: “It’s terrific to be working with the EPIL team. Their projects have a real sense of purpose and we are really pleased to be supporting them across their portfolio.”
Head of Eden Project International, Si Bellamy, said: “We’re delighted to be working with Trivandi. They will bring unparalleled expertise and experience to our ambitious programme of international projects which will ultimately ensure we have the strongest delivery team possible – helping our projects become a reality.”