Administrative Office Remodel
With an expanding staff and burgeoning museum collection, Red Hill is currently undertaking work to remodel a new 10,000-square-feet administrative building. This building requires much work to be completed before we can move in, such as flooring replacement, repainting, and more.
This building will also hold our new collections storage rooms and archaeological lab, allowing us to better store, research, and access our collection of over 3,000 artifacts.
Supplies such as specimen cabinets, digging tools, drying trays, and archival boxes are greatly needed to equip these rooms and ensure successful stewardship of our collection.
Built in 1996, the E. Stuart James Grant Museum Room allows us to exhibit and interpret our large collection of historical artifacts. A growing collection and lack of space facilitates the need to expand this room to allow for additional exhibit space.
Generous individuals can help us achieve this goal by helping to fund a structural addition, new HVAC and humidity control systems, upgraded exhibit cases and security, and more.
Visitor Center Remodel
The Red Hill Visitor Center has served as a visitor’s first introduction to the property since its construction in 1976. As time has moved on, the building now requires upgraded facilities, additional space, and a fresh look for our visitors.
Interior projects include lighting upgrades, expanding our gift shop and orientation room, repainting, and new exhibition panels. Exterior projects include window replacement, repainting, upgraded security systems, and more.