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Preferred Vendors: Museum Specific


106 Group
https://106group.com/
The 106 Group believes that communities are strongest when rooted in their own heritage. For over 25 years, we have worked with tribes across North America to support innovative solutions to document resources and uncover powerful stories. Please visit our website to learn more: https://106group.com/

Atkin Olshin Schade Architects
www.aosarchitects.com
Atkin Olshin Schade Architects is a 25-person architecture, planning, and preservation firm with offices in Santa Fe, NM and Philadelphia, PA. Our museum and historic site projects comprise a substantial and rewarding aspect of our practice. We have designed new and renovated spaces for galleries, art study, archival storage, and art education. In close cooperation with curators and conservators, we have designed labs and purpose-built storage for a wide range of objects and collections, including costumes and textiles, works on paper, decorative arts, archaeological artifacts, and organic ethnographic materials. We have designed facilities and exhibitions for the display of art by artists as varied as Red Grooms, Charles Wilson Peale, Frank Lloyd Wright, and the ancient Etruscans. Our work with historic sites ranges from scholarly restorations of historic dwellings, forts, and churches, to comprehensive preservation plans for Native American communities in the Southwest.

Crystalizations Systems Inc.
www.csistorage.com
CSI's newest innovations, the secure and eminently maneuverable Transporter 101 and 201, arrive fully assembled and are changing how conservators move collections and exhibitions, room to room, gallery to gallery and location to location. CSI has manufactured storage solutions for leading museums, galleries, and private collections since 1976. All CSI storage systems, including Moving Painting, Rolled Textile and PerfectFit™ Kits, incorporate the masterful application of superior design, quality aluminum materials and aerospace engineering manufacturing techniques.

Dorfman Museum Figures, Inc.
www.museumfigures.com/about.htm
Dorfman Museum Figures, Inc., since 1957, has specialized in creating museum-quality realistic life size, lifelike figures for museums, visitor centers, exhibit companies, collectors, and private clients. We have over 800 sculpted heads to choose from, or we can sculpt a new one to meet your specifics.

Dorfman Museum Figures, Inc. is now also your source of Conservation Forms for display and storage of artifact clothing/textiles. We have been creating three-dimensional ETHAFOAM™ forms since 1996. Our product line ranges from basic carve-your-own hangers to hat, and head mounts, dress and suit forms, and to our full line of Economy and Custom Ethafoam Men and Women.

To learn more about Dorfman Museum Figures, Inc., and discuss how we may assist you with your next exhibit, please contact: Joe Bezold, Sales Manager 1-800-634-4873, 410-284-3248. info@museumfigures.com

Hilferty & Associates, Museum Planning/Exhibit Design
www.hilferty.com
Hilferty is one of the nations leading museum planning and exhibit design firms with over 200 interpretive projects to its credit. Projects of conscience, told in respectful, truthful and powerful formats, include: The National Museum of the American Indian, master interpretive plan, Lelawi Theater, several exhibits; Cahokia Mounds World Heritage Site Interpretive Center; Dixon Mounds Museum; Chickasaw Cultural Center; Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo Museum; So So Goi Shoshone Cultural Center; National Afro- American Museum and Cultural Center; Chief Joseph Nez Perce National Historic Trail, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum; Carter G. Woodson Center for Interracial Education; Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, Native Peoples Gallery.

Recently we opened the much acclaimed Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and are designing the Fisk Jubilee Singers Gallery at the National Museum of Afro-American Music.

And we are assisting the Cherokee Nation in planning a new museum honoring their revered Chief Junaluska. Let us partner with you to tell your communities’ story in new, compelling and memorable ways.

Kubik Maltbie, Inc.
www.kubikmaltbie.com
Kubik Maltbie is a preeminent leader in the production of the world's most prestigious museums, visitor centers, and specialty environments. We provide complete turnkey service for every step along the way, from pre-production and cost estimating through close-out. We have a proven track record of producing award winning, high-profile projects, working in close conjunction with designers and clients to produce projects on time, on budget and to an exceptionally high standard of quality. Our extensive technical and logistical experience enables us to deliver world-class projects, regardless of their complexity.

Quatrefoil
www.quatrefoil.com
Quatrefoil creates inspiring museum experiences through collaboration and a multidisciplinary design approach. Past projects include work for the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian. A full-service design/build firm, Quatrefoil's capabilities include master planning and fundraising support; design services from concept through final design including graphics and detailing; content development; interactives and multimedia development, prototyping, design and production; and specialty fabrication and installation. We invite you to visit our booth at the ATALM International Conference to learn more.

Spacesaver
www.spacesaver.com
By optimizing space throughout collections areas, and by providing sturdy, reliable collections equipment, Spacesaver solutions have earned the respect of museum staff and stood the test of time. Our network of local consultants, backed up by our in-house engineering and manufacturing teams, can partner with you to protect the past and prepare for the future.

Split Rock Studios
www.splitrockstudios.com
Split Rock Studios is a nationally recognized exhibit design and fabrication firm in St. Paul, MN. Our multidisciplinary team is made up of exhibit designers, developers, graphic designers, CAD detail designers, cabinetmakers, artists, and project managers. We specialize in creating award winning cultural and natural history exhibits for museum and interpretive centers.