Amon Carter Museum of American Art

Project Cost

Architect of Record

CMAR

Completion

$13,000,000

Schwartz/Silver

SpawGlass

Various dates

Project Cost

$13,000,000

Architect of Record

Schwartz/Silver

CMAR

SpawGlass

Completion

Various dates

Overview

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art is a focal point of American art, and it is located in Fort Worth, Texas. The Projects Group has been supporting the ACMAA since summer 2017 on various projects, varying in size from studies under $20,000 and construction projects in excess of $7M, totaling over $13M managed.

The primary project has been a renovation of the gallery spaces in the 1961 and 2000 buildings that comprise the museum. Both Philip Johnson-designed structures, The Projects Group has successfully built and managed a team to keep the original design aesthetic intact, while ensuring that renovations are made to showcase the collection for decades to come.
Additional projects include: Cool/Cold Storage (expansion and renovation of over 6,000 SQFT archival photography storage, in state-of-the-art 20°F and 60°F containments), Access (renovating the main entrance to enhance accessibility), Study Center (construction of a new study space for public and fellow review of works on paper), Chiller Replacements, Boiler Replacements, Infrastructure Replacements, and Landscape Architecture Master Plan.