Size: 2,000 SF
Client: National Liberty Museum
Architect: Floss Barber

The National Liberty Museum is located at 321 Chestnut Street. It was founded in 1995 by Irvin J. Borowsky out of a desire to make the world a better place. Located in the heart of historic Philadelphia, adjacent to Independence National Historical Park, the museum is dedicated to preserving America’s heritage of freedom. The museum tells the stories of international and national heroes who strived for liberty. The project involved a major renovation of the Museum’s interior entrance area, visitor reception, and part of the first floor gallery space. Elements of the project included a fully integrated audio/visual and lighting package as part of the overall theater experience, custom Corian: display units, reception desk, and free-standing monument.

“INTECH’s involvement from budgetary concepts through design and construction of not only our space, but of our displays, made our renovation seamless. With INTECH at the helm we were able to maintain our budget and meet our schedule without any delay or transition being needed for our displays to be designed or constructed. It’s been our pleasure to work with you and we’re looking forward to getting started again.“

Gwen Borowsky CEO National Liberty Museum

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