American Indian Museum – Water Features Exhibit
This water exhibit project included replacement of exterior stonework (American Mist Granite, Kasota Limestone, and Golden Sand Limestone), including fabrication and installation of new stone to match the size, shape, and finish of existing stone for replacement. The scope of work also included hot rubberized waterproofing, removing existing waterproofing, preparing existing conditions, applying new waterproofing, and applying new hot rubberized waterproofing assembly. Replaced/buried 50, 75, 100, 150, and 200mm diameter PVC piping, restored gravel bedding, and replaced with new PVC piping. Replaced/buried 50, 75, 100, 150, 200mm diameter stainless-steel piping, restored gravel bedding, and replaced with new stainless-steel piping.
Project Value: $3,179,146
Government Agency: Smithsonian Institution
Project Name: Water Features Exhibit
Location: Washington, DC
Contracting Office: Smithsonian Institution
Project Owner: Smithsonian Institution