Museums

Daniel Stowe Botanical Gardens – Visitors Pavilion

Belmont, North Carolina

26,500 SF. Visitors Pavilion includes a Great Hall, lobby/greeting area, gift shop, meeting spaces, catering kitchen, offices, galleries, and a common indoor/outdoor area. Also includes a Garden House/Gazebo, Grand Main Entrance walls and extensive pedestrian walkway pergolas.

Morven Farm Carriage House Museum

Charlottesville, Virginia

21,000 SF (The carriage collection has been subsequently dismantled and sold.) The museum housed a private collection of 75 historically significant European and American horse-drawn carriages. The new building wraps around an existing carriage barn, creating an outdoor reception courtyard area. The courtyard opens onto a terrace and banquette-dining pavilion. Accompanying the gallery display area are dining, meeting, office and other support facilities.

Virginia War Memorial – Education Wing

Richmond, Virginia

17,3300 SF Education Center to house research, artifacts and exhibits for groups, large and small, to honor our Commonwealth’s fallen heroes.

The Valentine Richmond History Center

Richmond, Virginia

Addition + renovation and alterations.

The Siege Museum

Petersburg, Virginia

Elevator addition and alterations to a museum housed in the historic circa 1839 Exchange Building. Contained in the museum are artifacts, documents and photographs depicting civilian life before, during and immediately after the Civil War.

The White House of the Confederacy

Richmond, Virginia

Restoration and renovation. Full facilities study of the White House of the Confederacy and the Museum of the Confederacy. Restoration of the exterior façade and East and South side porches. Floor removal and reconstruction. Roof restoration. Restoration of entire interior with new mechanical systems.

Science Museum of Virginia

Broad Street – Richmond, Virginia

Structural evaluation for the exterior restoration and structural repairs. Concrete ramp and wall repairs. Analysis for the support of exhibits.

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Boulevard and Grave Avenues – Richmond, Virginia

Numerous small structural projects:
Infill the Court pool floor. Relocation of mosaic. Structurtal analysis of gallery floor load. Analysis of loads for replacement of Air-Handling Units B. F. G, H, I and M and electrical switchboards. Feasibility study of the South Wing Penthouse. Structural design for reinforcing the library floor for compact shelving. Structural design for Mechanical Penthouse Replacement of Galley Air Handling Units A, J, K and L. Structural design for Cooling Tower (West Wing Environment Control, Long Range Improvements and Standby Chiller). Masonry repairs at Theatre box office. Stone removal at Loading Dock for truck clearance. Assistance to Contractor during construction of the new East Wing – sensitive demolition adjacent to museum display areas; erection of special stairs and canopies.