This project was completed in 1992 as a temporary 36,000 S.F. Museum to be used while construction was being done to the modernization program of the county campus. This project was approved through the State Fire Marshall. The project involved site master planning services which included site utilities, parking, construction drawings and construction administration for the temporary structure. This project had a construction value of $1,000,000 in 1992. Due to the client's schedule for the construction, the project was very fast paced and was completed within the necessary time frame. The scope of work included construction of two connected temporary membrane structures for various exhibit spaces and support areas,including a gift shop and restroom facilities. We were hired by the general contractor under a design build contract.