Cultural

Cultural facilities present unique challenges for design teams. The facility must be accessible and accommodating to hundreds, even thousands of people. The MEP systems must continuously perform at utmost functionality regardless of the number of users.

Depending on the specific use, cultural facilities have specific requirements that engineering systems must address. For example, museums, art galleries and libraries must maintain consistent temperature and humidity levels to preserve works of art, rare books and documents. Furthermore, cultural facilities often require complex audio/visual systems in order to communicate with audiences.

Photo Reference: Musical Instrument Museum

Client List

Basilica of St. Mary
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Cathedral of St. Paul
Saint Paul, Minnesota

Century College
White Bear Lake, Minnesota

Children’s Theatre
Saint Paul, Minnesota

Christ the King
Buffalo, Minnesota

Church of St. Stephen’s
Anoka, Minnesota

DePaul University
Chicago, Illinois

First Covenant Church
Saint Paul, Minnesota

Galtier Plaza
Saint Paul, Minnesota

Guthrie Theater
Minneapolis, Minnesota

International Market Square
Minneapolis, Minnesota

James J. Hill House
Saint Paul, Minnesota

Landmark Center
Saint Paul, Minnesota

MacPhail Center for Music
Minneapolis, Minnesota

 

Musical Instrument Museum | MIM
Phoenix, Arizona

Mount Zion Temple
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Orchestra Hall
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Pontifical North American University
The Vatican City, Rome, Italy

Prince of Peace Church
Burnsville, Minnesota

Plymouth Congregational Church
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Saint Paul Central Library
Saint Paul, Minnesota

Saint Paul Monastery
Maplewood, Minnesota

Saint Wenceslaus Church
New Prague, Minnesota

Shoreview Community Center
Shoreview, Minnesota

Stillwater Library
Stillwater, Minnesota

Tamarack Nature Center
White Bear Lake, Minnesota

Temple Israel
Minneapolis, Minnesota