Philadelphia Museum of Art

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Philadelphia Museum of Art

The Philadelphia Museum of Art was founded in 1876 and its current building, in the form of three linked Greek Temples, opened in 1928. In 2005, a 4-story, 442 vehicle underground parking garage located on the Fairmount Park property adjacent to the Philadelphia Museum of Art was added. The project is located between Kelly Drive and the Schuylkill River. The project includes the construction of a sculpture garden on the roof of the structure.

Pennoni provided civil and site engineering design services and construction administration. The project included utility services design, zoning support, site improvements, driveway design and storm sewer facilities design. Sensitivity to the needs of the park and museum setting were required in conjunction with consideration to the detailed landscape architecture design.





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Throughout five decades, our commitment to elevating the impact of our outcomes through personalized service has been steadfast. We have the flexibility to be innovative in our approach with the integrity to get things right.

We approach the start of every project as the beginning of a collaboration because we understand the value of partnership. As a multidisciplinary firm, Pennoni has the ability to approach engineering challenges from a wider spectrum of angles than most. From land development to energy management, our expertise runs deep and our passion for problem-solving runs even deeper.

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40+ offices

40+ Offices

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1,300+ people

1,400+ People