National Park Service – Gateway Arch Museum Store

The Jefferson National Expansion Memorial and the Gateway Arch 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 part in the expansion. The design team was tasked with designing new mechanical and plumbing systems for the museum store and visitor center remodel including plumbing for a sink at the concession counter. All HVAC ductwork was designed to hide in the cloud drop ceiling.

Location

St. Louis, Missouri

Owner

National Park Service

Client

Anderson Hallas Architects and Charles Sparks + Company

Category

Federal
Restaurant/Retail