Adirondack Experience Museum’s New Immersive Experiences Connect Visitors to the Landscape and History by Liz Maurer

Connections form the core of the Adirondack Experience’s new exhibition galleries. Soundscapes, full-body digital interactives, video and cultural artifacts blend to give visitors a sense of the landscape and the generations of people who experienced the Adirondacks before them. With fabrication and installation by D&P, personal stories connect contemporary visitors to their forebearers.

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National Museum of the United States Army Installs Macro Artifacts by Liz Maurer

An M3 Bradley Cavalry Fighting Vehicle became the first artifact installed at the new National Museum of the United States Army. Project Manager Christine DeMorro, representing exhibit fabrication firm D&P, worked with Clark Construction crews to place the M3 Bradley, around which the Museum will rise.

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Bringing Exhibits to Life at the African American History Museum by Liz Maurer

Through 85,000 square feet of exhibit space spread across 8 levels, the National Museum of African American History and Culture's exhibits explore what it means to be an American. D&P was selected in 2014 as the prime contractor for exhibit fabrication, installation, and Audiovisual and technology systems for the country's most anticipated museum.

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