U.S. Marshals Museum

Cambridge Seven, in association with Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects, completed conceptual design for the new U.S. Marshals Museum. The Museum highlights the 320-year history of the United States Marshals Service. The building, located on an overlook across the Arkansas River, is designed as an abstract of the star on the Marshals’ badge, with each point of the star housing different museum functions. One arm reaches up and out over the river to the frontier, creating an iconic element that can be seen from a distance. The sustainable green building will have simple roof shapes oriented to the path of the sun, with two wings supporting vegetative roofs and the others built of simple bronze colored metal, again reminiscent of a traditional badge.

U.S. Marshals Museum officials hold groundbreaking ceremony

Times Record

Officials broke ground for the new U.S. Marshals Museum on September 24th in a ceremony commemorating the 225th anniversary of the formation of the U.S. Marshals Service. The -square-foot museum is being designed by Cambridge Seven Associates in association with …

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Marshals Museum moves to larger site on the riverfront

The City Wire

The City Wire reports a plan approved by the U.S. Marshals Museum Board of Directors to move to a larger site 2,000 feet north on the Arkansas River bank. Fort Smith was selected in 2007 by the U.S. Marshals Service to host the …

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