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A look at current, planned projects at National WWII Museum

Associated Press Associated Press 1/10/2016

The National War World II Museum has eight projects under construction at a cost of nearly $27 million. They include:

—Bollinger Canopy of Peace, $11.919 million.

—1st Phase of Hall of Democracy/Historical Building, $1 million.

—Founder's Plaza, $3.1 million.

—World Map and Sign, $1.5 million.

—Louisiana Pavilion Atrium and Stairs, $600,000.

—Home Front, $5.6 million.

—Louisiana Pavilion 4th Floor and Vault, $1.7 million,

—Build Out of Offices, $1 million.

The museum has 16 projects in the design and planning stages at a cost of $80 million. They include:

—Liberation Pavilion, $37 million.

—2nd Phase of Hall of Democracy/Historic Building, $26 million.

—Central Plant Improvements, $250,000

—American Sector Deck Enclosure, $1.3 million.

—Constance Street Warehouse, $700,000.

—Future Museum Offices at Constance Street Warehouse, $3.5 million.

—Six Battle Barksdale Parade Ground Sculptures, $750,000.

—Four Plaza Sculptures, $550,000.

—Hotel, $65 million.

—Reflection Area, $1 million.

—Remaining Battle Barksdale Parade Ground, $1.705 million.

—Refurbished Normandy Exhibits, $2 million.

—Louisiana Pavilion HVAC, $2.45 million.

—Louisiana Pavilion Roof, $1 million.

—Louisiana Pavilion Orientation and Forbes Theater, $1 million.

—Restoration Pavilion Revisions, $300,000.



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