Opened in 2018, the 57,000-square-foot National Law Enforcement Museum provides a day-in-the-life look at the experiences of law enforcement officers and engages visitors of all ages in memorable, immersive and experiential exhibits.
Some of the artifacts from the collection of more than 20,000 objects are displayed in these modern, highly secured display cases, designed and built by Zone in partnership with Washington D.C.-based Studio 647 and Design and Production Inc.
Part of our scope included this gigantic faceted and curved 64 ft. long by 12.5 ft. tall wall case with self-closing exhibition drawers.
A masterpiece that serves to present and protect a variety of artifacts that depict law enforcement officers, historic events and pop culture.
The design and installation of the 64 feet long faceted case with multiple doors and exhibition drawers and its light attic with access panels at the top were certainly the essential challenges of this project.
This masterpiece is a central point in the museum and the quality needed to be impeccable.
This case was fully assembled and tested in our shop prior to the delivery and installation.
Any defects and adjustments were corrected before shipment. The pre-assembly phase allowed us to test the case for durability, stability and performance, and to save on time for the on-site installation.