Ringling Museum of Art
Client: Florida State University
Size of Project: Multiple Projects Varying In Size
Projects at the Ringling Museum have included structural repairs, reroofing, waterproofing, security upgrades and major renovations and additions. Coordination with museum staff was a weekly event as priceless art pieces had to be moved and protected. Security system work included furnishing and installing a new state of the art intrusion detection, access control, and CCTV system in a total of five buildings on the Ringling Campus including Ca’d’zan, Circus Museum, Cottage, Main Museum and Maintenance Shop. The Loggia project consisted of replacing approximately 20,000 square feet of marble to match existing historic conditions including waterproof membrane and drainage mat with new drain lines run to existing storm collection box. Work could not impact Ringling Art Museum visitor attendance of 1,000-1,500 guests. Attention to detail and protection of the historical artwork was a main concern of the project.