Walter P Moore wins top award for Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art
Photo: Timothy Hursley
With structural engineering from Walter P Moore, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art has won the New Buildings Under $30 Million project category in the 2009 Structural Engineers Association of Kansas & Missouri (SEAKM) Awards Program. The Program is sponsored by SEAKM to recognize creative achievement and innovation in structural engineering. The presentation was made at the annual awards dinner in St. Louis, MO.
Located on the campus of Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kan., Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art is the largest contemporary art museum in the 4-state region. The elegant, minimalist building opened to international acclaim for its architecture, art collection and exhibition programming.
An international engineering and consulting firm, Walter P Moore has built a reputation for design solutions that help clients turn their ideas into structures and infrastructures that work. The company has been recognized throughout its long history for superb client service, engineering excellence and innovation, and in recent years has been consistently rated as one of the industry's best places to work.
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