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16 May 2011 / Chadbourne Announces Launch of New Website

Christopher Chadbourne & Associates is excited to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website www.ccadesign.com. The new site invites a global audience to learn about us and our work in a clean and clear manner that allows the projects to come forward. Several recently opened projects are featured including Yellowstone's Old Faithful Visitor Education Center and the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium.
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1 April 2011 / Chadbourne Selected to Design Finger Lakes Museum

Chadbourne has partnered with Wilkes-Barre-based architects Bohlin Cywinski Jackson and Ithaca-based landscape architects Trowbridge & Wolf to design a world-class educational institution that will showcase the cultural heritage and ecological evolution of the 9,000 square-mile Finger Lakes Region.
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11 March 2011 / National Infantry Museum Receives Coveted Thea Award

Christopher Chadbourne & Associates is proud to announce that the National Infantry Museum in Columbus, Georgia, has been awarded the 2010 Thea Award for Outstanding Achievement by the Themed Entertainment Association. Chadbourne has designed over 60,000 square feet of exhibits for the award winning museum, which has hosted over 400,000 visitors in its first year.
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25 August 2010 / Old Faithful Visitor Education Center Opens with Acclaim

After years of meticulous planning, the fruits of collaboration were realized on August 25th in a gala celebration to officially open Yellowstone National Park’s new Visitor Education Center at Old Faithful. Christopher Chadbourne & Associates (CCA) has designed and implemented the new exhibits at Old Faithful, the National Park Services’ most visited site in this wondrous park.
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14 July 2010 / New Galleries Open at the National Museum of the Marine Corps

Christopher Chadbourne & Associates is proud to announce the grand opening of three new galleries at the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Quantico, Virginia. After over three years of continued acclaim, and visitation by nearly two million people, this award-winning museum has opened the new historic-era galleries that bring more than 12,000 square feet of additional exhibits.
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26 June 2010 / Mississippi River Museum Opens “A Whole New Animal”

Christopher Chadbourne & Associates (CCA) is thrilled to announce the grand opening of new aquarium and cultural history exhibits at the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium in Dubuque, Iowa. The 50,000 square foot expansion is located in the new Diamond Jo National River Center.
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06 April 2010 / Chadbourne Redesigns Cleveland Museum of Natural History

Christopher Chadbourne & Associates (CCA) has recently completed schematic exhibit design for the Cleveland Museum of Natural History (CMNH) expansion and renovation. Staffed by internationally recognized scientists and researchers, CMNH is one of the preeminent natural history museums in the country, and has an extremely important and unique collection related to human evolution and health in the world. Fentress Architects is the designer for the building expansion/renovation.
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26 March 2010 / U.S. Institute of Peace Builds Headquarters in Washington D.C.

The stunning new building designed by Moshe Safdie and Associates for the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) is currently under construction on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Christopher Chadbourne & Associates (CCA) has worked collaboratively with the USIP and Safdie’s firm to design exhibits for this global peace-building headquarters.
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12 March 2010 / Chadbourne Designs Museum of the U.S. Army

Christopher Chadbourne & Associates (CCA) is engaged in the design of the exhibits for the National Museum of the United States Army through a contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The state-of-the-art museum will honor Soldiers, preserve the history of the United States’ oldest military branch, and educate visitors about the Army’s role in the development of this nation.
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