Gateway Arch Museum

St. Louis, Missouri

Client: Gateway Arch Park Foundation
National Park Service

Size: 113,000 SF (RENOVATION)
45,500 SF (ADDITION)

Trivers worked as a partner for Cooper, Robertson & Partners and James Carpenter Design Associates for the expanded and renovated Gateway Arch Museum below the internationally-recognized St. Louis Arch. As part of the competition-winning Michael Van Valkenburgh master plan, the museum envisioned expansion of the current underground museum to the west, creating a new western entry into the Arch Grounds and the museum.

Trivers’ involvement in the coordination with the National Park Service to maintain the integrity of a National Landmark is imperative in executing a project that is historically sensitive yet modern in function and form. Trivers worked with our design partners to solve the constructability issues that were presented in creating a subterranean structure that needed to address high levels of security need by a structure with National Landmark Status yet remain open and accessible to the public.

 

Awards:

HONOR AWARD, ARCHITECTURE, AIA ST. LOUIS

BEST OF YEAR, LARGE MUSEUM/GALLERY CATEGORY, INTERIOR DESIGN MAGAZINE

BEST ARCHITECTURE OF 2018: BUILDING FOR COMPLEX EXPERIENCES, WALL STREET J0URNAL

PROJECT OF THE YEAR, 2019 BUILDING ST. LOUIS AWARDS, ST. LOUIS BUSINESS JOURNAL

AWARD OF EXCELLENCE, AMERICAN COUNCIL OF ENGINEERING COMPANIES

MODERNISM IN AMERICA DESIGN AWARD OF EXCELLENCE | CIVIC, DOCOMOMO

Certifications:

LEED Gold

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