U.C. Davis Shrem Museum
The new U.C Davis Shrem Museum has been designed by New York-based design firm, SO - IL and Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, a prominent architectural firm, the new museum is envisioned as a regional center of experimentation, participation and learning. The design's centerpiece is a 50,000-square-foot steel canopy that floats atop a series of interconnected interior and exterior spaces. Illuminated at night, the grand canopy will beckon drivers along Interstate 80 between San Francisco and Lake Tahoe and establish a new focal point for the campus. General Contractor, Whiting-Turner selected Olson Steel to assist in the design and the construction of the complex canopy structural and the fabrication and erection of the structural steel and miscellaneous metals.
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