Little League Museum Renovations

Little League Museum

Project Name

Little League Museum Renovations

Location

Williamsport, PA

Project Description

Little League International decided to undertake a complete renovation of their Museum, built originally in 1982. The improvement program involved complete interior demolition and total reprogramming of the museum exhibit space, contrasting Little League history with United States and World history.

Quandel was selected as the Construction Manager at Risk and the Owner presented us with a finite budget and fixed occupancy date. Teamed with Cambridge Seven Associates, the museum design team leader, the project participants worked collaboratively to control cost, schedule, safety, logistics and the creation of the museum experience.

The demolition and renovations could not commence until after the 2012 Little League World Series and the opening of the improved museum had to be finished, including all interactive exhibits, prior to the start of the 2013 Little League World Series.

The integrated team proved that projects of any size can realize the benefits of effective construction management.

Project Size

44,500 Sq. Ft.

Owner’s Name

Little League International

Architect

Cambridge Seven Associates

 

Photos by Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc. as Architect|Exhibit Designer and Kwesi Budu-Arthur as Photographer.