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Project overview

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Year Completed



Peabody Essex Museum

Client Industry


Scope of Work

Interiors, New Construction


100,000 sq. ft.


Ennead Architects LLP


Risk Management
Supply Chain Management
Virtual Design & Construction

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Peabody Essex Museum, Expansion

Art Expansion in Salem

This project at the Peabody Essex Museum adds a 50,000 sq. ft. expansion to one of the top 25 art museums in the United States. The project scope also included 20,000 sq. ft. of renovation work within the surrounding museum and adjacent historic buildings. New galleries connect to the existing museum via a three-story glass atrium and elevated walk paths, which highlight the beauty of East India Marine Hall, the museum’s first building. The project transformed the western edge of the museum campus along Essex Street in Salem.

The new façade of the expansion is comprised of hand hewn split face granite. The stone was locally quarried and split by hand to provide a unique architectural finish. In addition to the new galleries and atrium space, the museum addition included new street scape and the installation of a reflection garden.