Roy Anderson to Lead $17M Construction Project at WWII Museum in New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS — Roy Anderson Corp., a subsidiary of Tutor Perini Corp., has unveiled plans to construct the Hall of Democracy at the National WWII Museum’s campus in New Orleans. The $17 million pavilion will total 34,800 square feet and will be dedicated to the museum’s research, WWII content, expertise and outreach. The pavilion will house a special exhibits gallery; the Institute for the Study of War and Democracy, which is expected to be the hub of World War II knowledge and education for the museum and the general public; a WWII Media and Education Center with production studios and broadcast capabilities; and a library. Construction on the project is expected to commence later this month or in early February, with completion slated for the summer of 2019.


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