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ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME & MUSEUM – RENOVATIONS
AMHigley served as the Construction Manager at Risk for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum’s Remastered Renovation Project. This $34 million renovation transformed 62,400 SF of the current museum. The scope included store redesign, a plaza addition (including the new 'Long Live Rock' Signage), a new café, kitchen and catering, and a new ticketing area. New exhibits included “Signature Experience", “Hall of Fame Experience”, “The Wall”, the "Garage" interactive recording studio space, and the "Power of Rock" space. This project occurred in three off-season durations over three years, completing in 2020.
The Albert M. Higley Co. also served as Construction Manager at Risk for the renovation of 26 exhibit areas at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum totaling $6 million, completed in October 2011. Renovations included reconfigured box office operations, the updating of exhibit space in Ertegun Hall as well as other areas of the museum, casework, and lighting, audio-visual, and cosmetic upgrades. Exhibits include state-of-the-art touch screens and smart-lights track lighting.
We worked closely with the museum’s exhibit designer to coordinate the utility infrastructure and accessibility necessary to cost-effectively install, maintain, and service these exhibits in the future. Many exhibits required detailed field engineering at the point of installation.
- Through various detailed cost studies, AMHigley was able to schedule the work for this project ($34 million renovation) around the Republican National Convention
- Various equipment studies were done for access into the site – special equipment was needed
- Assisted RRHOF with design approval, and priced costs for various design options
- Estimated the project using SketchUp (3-D Modeling Software)
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum
Westlake Reed Leskosky
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