National Sporting Art Museum

National Sporting Art Museum

Renovation and New Addition

Grunley renovated the 5,000 SF historic Vine Hill Mansion (c. 1804) that houses the National Sporting Art Museum and constructed a new 7,000 SF three-story addition. The museum houses 11 galleries for permanent and traveling exhibits. Grunley performed substantial structural modifications and re-stabilization activities; added a raised colonnaded portico and a copper-clad and glass connector; and installed new infrastructure systems including mechanical, electrical, life safety, security and telecommunications systems in both buildings. Grunley also added climate-controlled art storage, grand staircases, workrooms, an elevator, utility rooms and a loading dock for receiving deliveries.

Project Details

Client:National Sporting Library



Contract TypesNew Construction, Renovation

Completion DateJune 15, 2011

Amount$5.2 million

Contract MethodGeneral Contracting

Architects Hardee Johnston, A.S.L.A.

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