McGrory Glass Project: National Civil Rights Museum

National Civil Rights Museum
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Date: 29 November 2017

McGrory teamed up with 1220 Exhibits again in supplying Luxar anti-reflective glass for the $27.5 million renovation of the National Civil Rights Museum located in Memphis, TN.

McGrory teamed up with 1220 Exhibits again (we previously worked together on multiple projects including the National World War II Museum in New Orleans) in supplying Luxar anti-reflective glass for the $27.5 million renovation of the National Civil Rights Museum located in Memphis, TN.

1220 Exhibits had a strict deadline for the installation, resulting in McGrory needing to supply the anti-reflective glass in a very tight timeframe. 

Because McGrory and 1220 Exhibits worked together previously and had developed a great relationship, their ability to provide their project requirements early in the design process allowed McGrory to secure material for the project and meet their timeline.

McGrory was able to meet the difficult timeline requested and optimized their requirements for the project, allowing us to provide them with high-end anti-reflective glass for the entirety of the project.

Read more about the stunning renovation and new exhibits here.

Project: National Civil Rights Museum
Location: Memphis, TN
Designer: 1220 Exhibits
Product: Luxar anti-reflective glass

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