The New Acropolis Museum has been designed by the internationally renowned architect B. Tschumi in collaboration with the Greek architect M. Fotiadis, following an International Architectural Contest. This is a 30,000m2 building on a 21,000m2 property. It includes specially designed exhibition rooms for the presentation of all significant findings from the Acropolis area, a periodic exhibition hall, a 200-seat presentation room, a restaurant as well as parking and ancillary areas arranged in four underground levels. The highlight of all exhibition areas is the magnificent glass hall which is hosting all Parthenon sculptures. A particular feature of this building is the fact that all archaeological findings from the specific piece of land have been integrated and highlighted in its design.
Aktor implemeted the supply, installation, testing and commissioning of electromechanical works of the project.