High Concrete Lands Liberty Island Museum Contract
High Concreet Group LLC, based in Denver, Penn., has secured an insulated, architectural precast panel contract from Phelps Construction Group for the State of Liberty Museum on Liberty Island in the New York Harbor.
FXFOWLE, the award-winning New York architectural firm, has created, what High Concrete officials note is "a stunning 26,000-sq-ft., state-of-the-art-building. Every detail has been thoughtfully incorporated to complement and respect the Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island."
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