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Grunley fully restored and built the new National Sporting Art Museum NSAM at Vine Hill an historic 1804 Federal building on the campus of the National Sporting Library NSL Middleburg VA. Additionally Grunley constructed a new wing on the southwest side of the original 19th century mansion. The museum houses 11 galleries for the exhibition of its permanent collection and for regularly scheduled specialty and traveling exhibits. It provides one of the largest and most comprehensive venues of fine sporting art in America. In addition to fully modernizing the mechanical electrical life safety and security systems within the existing building and its expansion other notable project features included Ornamental metal fabrications and replications Custom-fabricated copper clad wood windows and Beautiful herringbone-patterned wood floors. NATIONAL SPORTING ART MUSEUM RENOVATIONS AND ADDITION Middleburg VA PROJECT AWARDS NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association Best Building Renovation Adaptive Re-Use Award of Merit VA Chapter 2012 Washington Building Congress Craftsmanship Award for Metal Trim and Custom Copper James Myers Co. Inc. 2012 OWNER National Sporting Library DATE OF AWARD August 2009 COMPLETION DATE July 2011 CONTRACT AMOUNT 5M ARCHITECT Hardee Johnston A.S.L.A.