American museum of
science & Energy (AMSE)
Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Located in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, this museum shares a complex story that includes the development of the nuclear bomb through the Manhattan Project and continued innovations of the Oak Ridge National Library. Incorporating a variety of interactive and AV components, the new museum engages visitors in scientific discovery. The museum gives a dramatic overview of historic Oak Ridge sites including the Manhattan Project, and the modern-day facilities that are continuing the ground-breaking work.
Large graphics and artifact displays help tell the story of nuclear fusion and fission, along with scientific development pioneered in Oak Ridge, including renewable energy and supercomputers.
- Project Size: 6,200 sq. ft.
- Completion Date: 2018
- Scope of Work: Fabrication, Installation
Designer: Hilferty & Associates