- Renovation and expansion of museum facility
- Originally designed in 1976 by Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown
- Designed to achieve LEED Silver or higher rating.
QEA is designing the renovation and expansion of the Benjamin Franklin Museum at Independence National Historical Park. The site, originally designed by Robert Venturi for the bicentennial celebration, is the location of the Ghost Frames and underground museum that interpret the home site of Benjamin Franklin. This National Park Service project will create a world-class museum facility containing a biographical exhibit dedicated to the life, times, and legacy of Benjamin Franklin.