Exhibit Fabrication Phase

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The Exhibit Fabrication Phase[edit | edit source]

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Fabrication of exhibit structures and the exhibit environment must conform to the design documents and follow all conservation specifications

Protective measures must ensure object safety during fabrication OR: Objects must not be exposed to the dust and physical risks inherent in fabrication

Any modifications (such as structural changes or technical controls) that have been planned in order to fulfill the object Conservation Requirements must be made as specified
OR: Planned modifications must be made to the Exhibit Space to fulfill the Conservation Requirements

The recommended object conservation treatments must be performed to stablilize the objects and prepare them for going on safe exhibit.