Moving Masters was tasked with the first relocation into the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. The project was awarded to Mayes, Inc., a minority woman owned small business. Mayes, Inc. partnered with another minority woman owned business, TA Management Solutions, LLC, for the planning and implementation of the project. For the execution and physical moving portion, Mayes, Inc. partnered with our team here at Moving Masters. We are a veteran owned small business, based in Hyattsville, Maryland. As the second largest moving company in Maryland, we were well equipped to assist in this exciting relocation.
The scope of the project included relocating the furniture, staff, and property of the Smithsonian Institution Construction Staff, as well as the construction staff of Clark/Smoot/Russell, the General Contractor of the project.
Moving Masters has partnered with Mayes, Inc. on several projects in the past and was pleased to receive the opportunity to work on such an exciting task. The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) is the first national museum dedicated to African American history, culture, and art. The goal of the museum is to allow Americans to remember the history of our country. Scheduled to open in 2016, the museum is currently under construction adjacent to the Washington Monument. If you’d like to learn more about the new museum, visit the NMAAHC website.
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The Moving Masters team hard at work during the recent move: