Harley-Davidson Unveils Design for Milwaukee Museum

August 11, 2010

Harley-Davidson has set the design for its $95 million museum planned for Milwaukee. The move caps off more than a year of design work between city planners and Harley's team of Pentagram (design architect) in New York and Hammel, Green and Abrahamson (architect of record) in Milwaukee. Oslund and Associates of Minneapolis designed the lakefront landscape, the Milwaukee office of M.A. Mortenson is the construction manager, and Milwaukee-based Sigma Group is the environmental consultant. Estimated completion: summer 2008.

 



 

         
 

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