Fralin Museum of Art’s strategic goals are to advance UVA’s reputation locally, nationally, and internationally by attracting a wider and more-diverse audience and growing its funding sources. The systems in the Bayly Building Fralin Museum of Art needed to be updated to maintain strict indoor environment requirements to preserve the collections and enable the museum to accommodate safe storage and presentation of artifacts from permanent and visiting exhibitions.
As part of our term contract, 2RW’s services for this project, include:
Enable artifact conservation through strict temperature and humidity controls (68-72° F db and 40-60% relative humidity) making the museum more attractive for visiting exhibits. This is achieved through:
OWNER: University of Virginia (UVA)
TIMEFRAME: 2019 – 2021
SIZE: 12,500 SF
COST: $2.7 million