Changes for the Kansas City Museum

Posted January 30, 2013 at 12:00 am

By LESLIE COLLINS
Northeast News
January 30, 2013 

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Welcome. Kansas City Museum installed a new sign Jan. 23, thanks to the generosity of Grand Arts. The frame for the sign originally displayed information about the SmellScape project hosted by Grand Arts. Grand Arts donated the frame to the Kansas City Museum and the museum printed a new welcome sign, which now sits on the southwest corner of the museum. Additional information about the museum is displayed on the back. Pictured above are KC Museum staff Andrew Mouzin, left, and Todd Sharbono. An auxiliary pump was also installed Jan. 23, allowing the museum to operate at commercial water pressure levels and install additional bathrooms. Photos by Leslie Collins

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Rand Construction crews measure the auxiliary pump for installation.

Rand Construction removes an exterior grate leading to the basement so they can lower the auxiliary pump.

Rand Construction crews secure the auxiliary pump in order to lower it into the basement.

 

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