The construction of the National Museum of the United State Army building has made remarkable progress over the past nineteen months. The Exhibit Hall, Army Theater and the Experiential Learning Center spaces are substantially complete and have been turned over to the Army for their sub-contractors Design and Production and The Scenic route to begin installing the structural supports needed for their exhibits and artifacts.
Clark Construction continues work to complete Pavilions 1, 2, 3 with the Army Seal completed in the Lobby floor and the Campaign Banner Glass being installed in the ceiling of the Lobby. Exterior site work along the Promenade progresses with the setting of the donor Commemorative Bricks along the inside arc of the Promenade. Well over 8000 donor Commemorative Bricks have been purchased to date.
Shirley Contracting Company, under an MCA funded contract, continues to finalize the infrastructure, roads, and utilities on the 84–acre site that will support the Museum. The Army expects to open the Museum to the public sometime in 2020.