Museum of the Bible

Washington, D.C

Project Size: 25,000 square feet
Designers: C&G Partners

Spiritual Discovery

Making its grand opening to the public on November 2017, the museum’s 430,000 square foot building is located in a former refrigerated warehouse on Washington’s National Mall. Showcasing rare and fascinating artifacts spanning 3,500 years, the museum aims to be one of the most technologically advanced museums in the world, offering visitors an immersive experience as they explore the history of the Bible, its many narrative forms and its impact on societies around the world.

Impactful Delivery, From Pre-Construction To Installation

For the 25,000 square foot project, kubik maltbie provided preconstruction services through the design phases, prototypes, mock-ups, fabrication and installation services, as well as coordinating delivery and construction project logistics.

kubik maltbie created the gallery exhibits for the museum’s second floor entitled “Impact of the Bible,” which explores the historical significance of the Bible in American culture and across the globe. One exhibit features a spectacular live feed of global data that includes breaking news about the Bible.