Fraser Randall


New Member of Staff at Fraser Randall

6th January, 2020

​We are delighted to welcome Jon Lubikowski who has joined FR as a Senior Project Manager.

Field of Cloth of Gold

26th July, 2019

Fraser Randall are pleased to be appointed as Project and Cost Managers for the forthcoming exhibition on the Field of Cloth of Gold at Hampton Court Palace opening in April 2020.

In the words of Historic Royal Palaces;

‘In June 2020, it will be 500 years since Henry VIII of England and Francis I of France met near Calais for a Grand European Summit. Designed to improve relations between the two kingdoms, the princes enjoyed a fortnight of; feasts, tournaments, masquerades and religious services. So extravagant was the affair that it became known as the “Field of Cloth of Gold”. From Easter 2020 Hampton Court Palace will host a special exhibition to mark the event. You will be transported back to 1520 as they explore surviving artworks, objects and documents from the event itself and meet the key characters from the rival courts of Tudor and Valois’.


Fraser Randall’s Fab Five

7th June, 2019

As we enter in into a new era for Fraser Randall under a new leadership team, we have sat and reflected back on over 30 years of Managing The Remarkable and asked the team which are their, most memorable and proud moments of working at Fraser Randall. Everyone was given 3 votes and we had a long list of projects from block busters at the V & A to trains, planes and automobiles exhibited at the Transport Museum, IWM and the British Motor Museum. However, there were a clear five projects which were considered by the team to be the most fabulous based on their innovation, design and the final end result. So, in chronological order, drum roll please….

1. Churchill Museum - Every challenge overcome: logistical, stakeholder, technical and operational. Still the reference point for visitor interactivity.

2. Weblab, Science Museum - Technically boundary pushing. To achieve and maintain operational sustainability is an immense management credit.

3. First World War Galleries, IWML - Described by the Telegraph as ‘new, provocative and improved, the £40 million rebuild of the First World War Galleries & Atrium Spaces (in time to mark the centenary of the First World War’s outbreak ) – two years in the creation – integrate art into the story of 20th and 21st century warfare as never before’.

4. Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, V&A - This prize winning, record breaking exhibition sold over 48,000 tickets during its short 21 week run, and was recorded as the most visited exhibition in UK history.

5. Hide, Piccadilly - With a client brief to ‘create the best restaurant in London’. The result is a whole new expression of the everyday, revealed in surprising new ways.


New Member of Staff at Fraser Randall

8th May, 2019

We are excited to welcome Jack Holder who has joined the FR team as a Cost Manager.

New Managing Director at Fraser Randall

1st February, 2019

​We are delighted to announce that after 18 years at Fraser Randall, John Brockwell is stepping up to the position of Managing Director with effect from 1st February 2019. Congratulations John on this great achievement!


Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams

31st January, 2019

We were delighted to attend the Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams private view last night at the V&A. The exhibition opens on Saturday 2nd February 2019 and has already been dubbed “the greatest fashion show the V&A has ever staged”

More information about the exhibition can be found HERE


Endeavour Galleries

21st September, 2018

Privileged to have been invited to the opening of the Endeavour Galleries at the National Maritime Museum, which were unveiled by Sir David Attenborough yesterday. These visually enticing and object rich galleries are a must see.


Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams

18th July, 2018

We are delighted to have been appointed as Project & Cost Managers and Principal Designer for Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams and are excited to be working on this prestigious exhibition due to open early 2019.


Horniman Museum

28th June, 2018

We were delighted to attend the opening of the World Gallery at the Horniman Museum last night. Great to see so many people there.

Please see HERE for article from The Guardian.


Science Fiction

23rd March, 2018

Fraser Randall are delighted to have been appointed to undertake the Project & Cost Management and Principal Designer services for the Science Fiction exhibition at the Science Museum.


Opera: Passion, Power & Politics

28th September, 2017

Fraser Randall were thrilled to attend the private view of ‘Opera’ at the V&A last night. This is the first exhibition to be held in the Sainsbury Gallery and opens to the public on 30th September 2017. Top reviews - see links below.

Click Here to read a review from The Guardian

Click Here to read a review from The Standard


Life in the Dark

14th September, 2017

Fraser Randall are pleased to be working with the Natural History Museum undertaking Cost Management and Principal Designer services for this new temporary exhibition which will be housed in the Waterhouse Gallery.


Whales: Beneath the Surface

28th July, 2017

Stunning new exhibition now open at the Natural History Museum where Fraser Randall undertook the Principal Designer services.



3rd April, 2017

We are delighted to have been appointed to undertake the Cost Management services for Venom at the Natural History Museum, London



8th February, 2017

Robots, at The Science Museum, London, is now open to the public. We are delighted to have worked on this exciting project. A fantastic exhibition, not to be missed.


FR Team

17th January, 2017

We are delighted to announce that Chloe and Katie have become Senior Project Managers and Louise has become an Associate Director.

Congratulations to all!

Contemporary Agriculture

30th September, 2016

Fraser Randall are delighted to have been appointed as the Project and Cost Managers for Contemporary Agriculture at the Science Museum, London.


Alexandra Palace

20th September, 2016

Fraser Randall are pleased to be working with Alexandra Palace on the transformation of the eastern end of the palace, undertaking the project management services for the project.


Company Director

1st September, 2016

We are delighted to announce that Gareth Williams has become a Company Director of Fraser Randall.

Congratulations Gareth on this great achievement and your new role!


Principal Designer Services

15th April, 2016

Fraser Randall have recently completed a range of projects as Principal Designer, including The British Motor Museum and a number of projects for Imperial War Museum, namely; Fighting Extremes, Cabinet War Rooms, Retail, and Duxford Visitor Centre. All Fraser Randall staff have undertaken the CITB CDM 2015 Principal Designer course and we are pleased to be able to offer this service to our Clients.


Second World War & Holocaust Galleries

13th January, 2016

Fraser Randall are very pleased to have been appointed as the Project, Design & Cost Managers for this large scale project, working closely with the IWM team on the continuation of this important once in a hundred years project.


Lee Miller: A Woman’s War

25th November, 2015

This new exhibition at the Imperial War Museum London, explores the impact of the Second World War on women’s lives through the photography of Lee Miller, one of the most important female war photographers of the 20th Century.

Click here to read a review of the exhibition.


Opus Anglicanum

17th November, 2015

Fraser Randall have recently been appointed to undertake the Project & Cost Management & Principal Designer Services for Opus Anglicanum, a new temporary exhibition at the V&A, due to open in early September 2016.


The Longest Reign

9th September, 2015

The Longest Reign at Kensington Palace opened to the public 9th September 2015.

Click here for more information about this film installation managed and delivered by Fraser Randall.


You Robot

1st September, 2015

Fraser Randall are delighted to have been appointed as the Project & Cost Managers for ‘You Robot’ at The Science Museum, London due for completion in February 2017.


UAE Pavilion at The Milan Expo 2015

14th July, 2015

The UAE Pavilion at Milan Expo 2015 has opened bringing the planning principles of the traditional desert city to Milan.

Click here to read an article on Designboom

Click here to read about the UAE Pavilion in FX Magazine


‘Alexander McQueen, Savage Beauty’

14th July, 2015

‘Alexander McQueen, Savage Beauty’ is the largest display of McQueen’s work to be shown in Europe. It features the greatest number of individual pieces designed by McQueen and his collaborators seen together in one place - in excess of 240 items including over 60 new pieces and ‘London’, an additional section unique to the V&A.

‘Savage Beauty’ was brought together by a team of designers and consultants, many of whom worked closely with McQueen to realise his notorious fashion shows. The exhibition draws on a range of re-mastered fashion show footage and audio spanning McQueen’s career. This retrospective captures McQueen’s legendary flair for showmanship and theatricality, and due to unprecedented public demand Savage Beauty is rapidly becoming the most popular exhibition the V&A has ever hosted.

Click here to read the Guardian review

Click here to watch a timelapse video of the installation


Fashion on the Ration

14th July, 2015

From ‘onesies’ to wear in the air raid shelter to jewellery created from aeroplane parts, ‘Fashion on the Ration’ looks at how fashion survived and even flourished under the strict rules of rationing in 1940’s Britain, often in new and unexpected ways.

Click here to read a telegraph article about the exhibition.