Case Study

Toledo Museum of Art - Glass Pavilion



Hoover & Wells had the pleasure of working in the Toledo Museum of Art (TMA) during its construction. The art collection was formed first and foremost to provide aesthetic education for the people of the city and northwest Ohio. With the opening of the Glass Pavilion in 2006, Toledo acquired a state-of-the-art facility to house, care for, study, and display its renowned glass collection. Today, TMA’s American glass holdings rank among the principal collections in the field, with objects of exceptional quality and historical importance.

We were privileged enough to be selected to create the floor system used for 35,000 of the 45,000 square feet in the building. Because the design of the Glass Pavilion is so advanced, the planning of the project took much more effort than a generic floor system. We like to pride ourselves on being able to tackle such a feat and we feel that this is the perfect example of our work's quality.

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