Location: Indianapolis, IN
Owner: Indianapolis Art Museum
Architect: Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf, Indianapolis
Cost: $ 74M
Recognition: 2005 Monumental Affair Merit Award in Engineering
The Indianapolis Museum of Art is among the largest and oldest general art museums in the country. We provided MEP design services for a new three-story expansion doubling the museum’s size, increasing exhibit and gallery spaces, and expanding visitor amenities. The new entry is a glass enclosed rotunda which serves as the primary point of visitor access. The project also included a new underground parking garage with a passageway leading into the Entry Pavilion. Beautifully landscaped gardens top the garage.