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Cultural by the Numbers



Manhattan’s cultural portfolio has more than 150 projects worth more than $2.2 billion. Several early Manhattan projects are still in use, such as the Coliseum Building for the Tulsa State Fair built in 1931.

Today, Manhattan has specialized experience in constructing Smithsonian-quality exhibit galleries and archival storage areas, including unique criteria required for proper film storage. We have worked with specialty trades performing work such as scenic reconstructions, exhibit design/fabrication/installation, interactive exhibits, wayfinding/signage, specialty display cases, model-making, and historic reenactments, and installing cutting-edge audiovisual components.

We take great pride in constructing facilities that bring together the communities in which we build.

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