To achieve its ambitious vision, the Museum used highly skilled and experienced professionals to assist with fundraising, site planning, architecture, program planning and market analysis.
Dewberry’s 1,800-person professional firm offers a full range of services including site/civil engineering, surveying, land planning and site design, landscape architecture and urban design, zoning consultation, permit and plan processing, construction cost estimating, water resources engineering, and feasibility studies. Dewberry provided extensive assistance and guidance throughout the Museum’s site selection process.
Gallagher & Associates
A premier design services firm, Gallagher & Associates create exceptional visitor experiences and graphic packages for public and private museums, visitor centers, learning facilities, science centers and corporate organizations. Gallagher’s extensive client list includes the International Spy Museum, Gettysburg National Battlefield Museum Foundation, Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, National WWII Museum, and the American Battle Monuments Commission. Gallagher is providing invaluable creative expertise as the Americans in Wartime Museum plans its visitor experience.
George Mason University Center for Regional Analysis
The GMU Center for Regional Analysis conducts research and analytical studies on economic, fiscal, demographic, housing, and social and policy issues related to the current and future growth of the Virginia, Maryland, and DC areas. Through its range of research and programs—major economic impact studies, economic forecasts, fiscal analyses, conferences and seminars, publications, information services, and data products—the Center’s activities strengthen decision-making by businesses, governments, and institutions throughout the Greater Washington region.
GTOO Media is a provider of exhibit media design services, including Video and Film Productions, Interactive Multimedia, 3D Animation, and Web Design. GTOO’s projects include the Normandy American Cemetery Visitor Center in France, the Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame in Annapolis, and the Jamestown Settlement Visitor Center in Jamestown, Virginia.