National Postal Museum

Smithsonian Institution • Washington, DC

An Award-Winning Restoration of a Historic Landmark

The William H. Gross Stamp Gallery at the National Postal Museum is set in Washington, D.C.’s historic Postal Square building. The renovation and interior fit-out of the circa-1914 space created a 14,000-square-foot exhibition area that chronicles the first 100 years of U.S. postage stamp history. The LEED®-Gold project includes public and traveling exhibit space, educational space, and restoration of the historic postmaster suite. Mueller’s services included the replacement and reconfiguration of the entire electrical distribution system for the gallery, which accommodates the largest philatelic gallery in the world.


Quinn Evans

LEED Facts

Level: Gold
Type: LEED for CI
Status: Certified
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LEED® Facts

National Postal Museum William H Gross Stamp Gallery

Washington, DC
LEED for Commercial Interiors

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    Sustainable Sites
    14 / 21
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    Water Efficiency
    8 / 11
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    Energy & Atmosphere
    21 / 37
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    Material & Resources
    9 / 14
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    Indoor Environmental Quality
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    Innovation in Design
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    Regional Priority Credits
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Client History

2024: National Air and Space Museum Revitalization; Quinn Evans
2022: Molina Family Latino Gallery, National Museum of American History; Quinn Evans
2020: National Native American Veterans Memorial; Quinn Evans
2019: National Air and Space Museum Dulles Collections Center; Ayers Saint Gross
2018: Conservation Pavilion, National Zoo & Conservation Biology Institute: Quinn Evans
2016: Hirshhorn Conservation Laboratory; Quinn Evans
2014: National Air and Space Museum Exterior Envelope and HVAC Replacement Study; Quinn Evans
2014: Freer Gallery of Art Auditorium Renovation; Quinn Evans
2013: National Postal Museum William H. Gross Stamp Gallery; Quinn Evans
2011: National Museum of Natural History East Wing HVAC Renovation; Quinn Evans
2010: National Air and Space Museum Electrical Systems Replacement; Quinn Evans
2008: National Museum of Natural History Sant Ocean Hall; Quinn Evans
2004: Osteoprep Lab Building Ventilation Study & Repairs; Quinn Evans
2002: Sackler Gallery Mezzanine; GWWO Architects
1987: National Air and Space Museum Third-Floor Renovation; JMT Architecture
1987: Castle Building North Tower Expansion; JMT Architecture
1987: Renwick Gallery - HVAC Analysis; JMT Architecture
1986: Paul E. Garber Facility Preservation, Restoration & Storage Facility; JMT Architecture
1986: National Museum of American History Engines of Change Exhibit; JMT Architecture
1985: Arts & Industries Building Master Plan
1984: American Art Museum Lincoln Gallery
1980: Cooper-Hewitt Museum Environmental Controls & Electrical Systems Upgrades
1978: National Portrait Gallery HVAC Renovations

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