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American Heritage Museum Project Wins Award of Merit

(l-r) Andy Coull, JM Coull president; Raquel Chretien, JM Coull sr. estimator; Kersten Roberts, JM Coull project accounting coordinator; Laura Burch, JM Coull marketing manager; and Jakub Janiga, Janiga Design

Maynard, MA – JM Coull (JMC) announced acceptance of its 2019 Engineering News-Record Award of Merit for the Collings Foundation’s American Heritage Museum project.

The American Heritage Museum was one of 18 winning projects in the main categories of ENR New England’s Best Project contest. The museum, located in Hudson, was recognized in the cultural/worship category. The awards ceremony was held on Dec. 11 at the Hyatt Regency in Boston.

The design-build construction of the 65,000sf museum displays the United States’ largest private collection of vehicles from the country’s past military conflicts. More than 48,000sf of central exhibit space was built to house vehicles, artifacts, murals, and maps, with elevated viewing mezzanines spanning the entire area. Additionally, the museum features a walk-through replica of a World War I trench. The facility also comprises significant audio/visual components to enhance visitor experiences.