Supply Audio Visual Equipment to British Film Institute
The BFI want to purchase small form factor PC’s, touchscreen monitors and accessories and, specifically, 8 content display touchscreens.
Materials and Products, Technology and Equipment
Location of contract
Value of contract
21 December 2016
13 January 2017
Contract start date
25 January 2017
Contract end date
24 January 2020
The BFI Mediatheque designed by David Adjaye at BFI Southbank in 2006 provides the public with free-to-view access to and interpretation of BFI National Archive digitised collections. The BFI has the world’s largest and most diverse moving image collection. Its focus is to promote education about film, television and the moving image.
Our long-term aspiration is to completely reinvent the Mediatheque experience. In the short-term we want to revitalise the existing space to have visual impact and allow anyone to feel confident to be curious, enter, linger and engage with the collections. The ambition is to have inspiring, versatile and friendly spaces to discover moving image. A fun place that will deliver a specialist service for researchers, as well as being a welcoming space for both the casual and first-time user.
As part of this vision, the BFI want to purchase small form factor PC’s, touchscreen monitors and accessories and, specifically, 8 content display touchscreens as described in more detail in the tender documents.
About the buyer
21 Stephen Street
How to apply
Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided.