Architect’s plans for APH Museum Collections Storage Room

Drawing, Architectural

Accession Number: 2002.147

Scope & Content: Architect's plans for the renovation of the Museum collections storage suite. Includes cover sheet and following drawings as listed in contents: Demolition Plan, Floor Plan, Details, Fire Protection, Plumbing, Schedules, Floor Plan, Details, Partial Plan, and Floor Plan. "Submission for full building code Review: May 20, 2002. Released for bidding May 20, 2002" -- cover sheet. Drawings are dated 4/20/2002.

Creator: RCS & Associates

Interview Date: / /

Collection: APH Archives / RG 17: Museum

Administrative History: The collections storage area (1,250 square feet) of the Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind was remodeled in 2002. Ronald C. Stiller, RCS & Associates, Floyd Knobs, IN, was the architect. Engineering and construction services were provided by Kerr-Greulich Engineers and Realm Construction, both located in Louisville, Kentucky. In the remodeling, the APH Research Library (Barr Library) was relocated from the same floor (2R) to the company's 4th floor. The museum acquired the vacated space for its collections storage area.

Subjects: Museums Remodeling Architectural drawings