Hall Construction Co., has provided comprehensive construction services to the Museum since 1990.
Museum of Arts & Sciences (MOAS)
Teamed with various architects our preconstruction services included options analysis, design review, budget estimating, grant application estimating, value engineering, scheduling, wetlands preservation and flood control, and constructability analysis.
Special features include critical air quality and humidity control, display lighting and fixtures. Special site work construction involved wetland preservation, excavation of unsuitable soils, and rock and soil stabilization.
- Project Budget: Varied from $13,023 to $1,503,910
- Project Dates: 1991 - 2015
MOAS Project List:
- Root Auditorium 1991
- New Lobby Addition 1991
- Phase 3B Expansion
- Phase 4 Expansion 1996
- Fla. History Renovation 1998
- Root Gallery PH-1 1999
- Root Train Exhibit 2000
- Children's Wing 2001
- Children's Museum 2007
- Visible Storage 2011
- Root Train PH-1R 2013
- MOAS PH-2 2014
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