National Park Service – Gateway Arch Museum Store

The Gateway Arch Memorial in St. Louis, Missouri, reflects the City’s role in the Westward Expansion of the United States in the nineteenth century and is a memorial to Thomas Jefferson’s role in the expansion. The Museum at the Gateway Arch, renovated in 2018, now offers the National Park’s visitors an interactive experience.

For the remodel of the visitor center and museum store, 360 Engineering designed new mechanical and plumbing systems. One unique challenge of the project was designing all of the HVAC ductwork to hide in the cloud drop ceiling. Through close coordination with the architect and design team, the result was an aesthetically pleasing gift shop for visitors to enjoy.


St. Louis, Missouri


National Park Service


Anderson Hallas Architects and Charles Sparks + Company