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Crocker Art Museum

“Weekly meetings, phone calls, RFI’s, Submittals, issues with the city --- all are addressed in a timely and clear manner including helping with priority issues for the architect and his consultants that keep everything tracking on time.”

Randy Boehm
Urban Resources, Inc.
Crocker Art Museum Owner’s Representative

Crocker Art Museum

“I would highly recommend you consider Rudolph and Sletten for any project of complexity that would take advantage of their wealth of knowledge of preconstruction and construction services.”

Randy Boehm
Urban Resources, Inc.
Crocker Art Museum Owner’s Representative

Crocker Art Museum

“Rudolph and Sletten always brings a can-do attitude to problem solving and are always cognizant of our budget and schedule.”

Randy Boehm
Urban Resources, Inc.
Crocker Art Museum Owner’s Representative

Crocker Art Museum

“Jon and his estimation team have been thorough in working through subcontractors and scope to provide the onsite personnel with qualified teams able to man the job properly.”

Randy Boehm
Urban Resources, Inc.
Crocker Art Museum Owner’s Representative

Crocker Art Museum

“John Home, project manager and Bruce Beever, project superintendent have the project on schedule despite a winter with 24 rain days and despite the problems encountered with buried tanks and leaded soils.”

Randy Boehm
Urban Resources, Inc.
Crocker Art Museum Owner’s Representative

Stanford, Cantor Center for Visual Arts


Heavily damaged by the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, The Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University formerly the Stanford University Museum of Art underwent a major renovation and construction project.

Designed by Polshek & Partners, Architects, of New York, the Center includes the splendidly renovated historic museum building, a new wing, and garden areas. The $36.8 million project included full seismic upgrade of the 78,000 square foot historic museum building, addition of a new wing measuring 42,000 square feet, enhancement of the Rodin Sculpture Garden, and addition of new garden areas for contemporary sculpture.

The new wing adds 12,000 square feet of exhibition space for special exhibitions and installations of the Center's collection of modern and contemporary art, and a sculpture terrace, auditorium, bookshop and cafe. The addition has an elegant, modern design that complements the 1891 building. It features a full-length glass wall overlooking a courtyard between the two buildings.

The Center is named for noted philanthropists Iris Cantor and the late B. Gerald Cantor who have been long-time supporters of the Stanford Museum, and over the last twenty years have donated more than 180 works by Auguste Rodin to the collection. The collection has given Stanford the largest collection of Rodin sculpture outside of the Musée Rodin in Paris. Many are installed in the enhanced Rodin Sculpture Garden adjacent to the new wing.

Rudolph and Sletten self-performed its own concrete work requiring over 140 concrete-driven foundation piles to support the new steel structure.

 

Project Details

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Owner Name:
Stanford University
Architect:
Polshek & Partners
Photographer:
Marvin Wax

 

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