UoI – Iowa Art Museum Redevelopment – Iowa - Project Profile
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The University of Iowa (UoI) is planning to undertake the construction of Iowa Art Museum Redevelopment in Iowa City, the US.
The project involves the construction of a new museum on 11,705m2 of land. The project will be implemented through a public-private partnership.
It includes the construction of a 3D multi-media studio, a graduate student studio, faculty and staff rooms, residential units and a hotel, the installation of protective barriers, sealed utility-tunnel bulkheads, a removable flood wall and other related infrastructure.
In October 2014, H+H Development Group, formed by Hodge Construction and landowner John Hieronymus, and M.A. Mortenson Co were appointed as the associate developer for the project.
In February 2015, BNIM Architects was appointed as an architect.
In March 2016, the UoI has pulled out of the public-private partnership to construct a new building for its Museum of Art due to rising project costs. UoI is planning to build a new art museum on land it already owns. As a part of the decision, officials of UoI are reviewing both the financial viability and programmatic needs for a new facility.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of new museum on 11,705m2 of land in Iowa, the US.
The US$80 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a 3D multi-media studio
2. Construction of a graduate student studio
3. Construction of faculty and staff rooms
4. Construction of a hotel
5. Construction of residential units
6. Installation of protective barriers
7. Installation of sealed utility-tunnel bulkheads
8. Installation of a removable flood wall
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