JRM Construction completed the renovation of ICP’s new home inside the ground and basement levels of a primarily residential building. JRM constructed a 90-foot, all-glass, street level façade inviting visitors to explore the building’s public space and enter ICP’s expansive Front Gallery. A café with its own street entrance and a large rear gallery are also key elements of the museum’s design.
Project elements enabled ICP to exhibit work in many ways, including ceiling-mounted power grids which allow for flexible and precise lighting. Exposed ceilings add height to the space and the exposed ductwork, together with the installed structural columns, define the elemental experience of the museum. JRM also installed a new museum-quality HVAC system with humidity control.