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Golisano Children's Museum construction

Alejandro Garcia works on skimming and patching the final areas of drywall before the interior of the building is painted.  The Gosisano Children's Museum of Naples is scheduled to be opened this time next year. The museum boasts large learning and recreational areas including an outdoor amphitheater, classrooms and libraries.  Staff/Manuel Martinez

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Alejandro Garcia works on skimming and patching the final areas of drywall before the interior of the building is painted. The Gosisano Children's Museum of Naples is scheduled to be opened this time next year. The museum boasts large learning and recreational areas including an outdoor amphitheater, classrooms and libraries. Staff/Manuel Martinez

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  • Left to right, Miles Seidle and Richie Lindsly set up the vortex filter for the rainwater harvesting system at the Children's Museum of Naples.  The 10,000-gallon water system collects water that is used for toilet flushing making the building completely water independent from the county.  The Gosisano Children's Museum of Naples is scheduled to be opened this time next year. The museum boasts large learning spaces and recreational areas including an outdoor amphitheater, classrooms and libraries.  Staff/Manuel Martinez
  • Workers survey the inside of the library at The Gosisano Childrens Museum of Naples. The Museum of Naples is scheduled to be opened this time next year. The museum boasts large learning and recreational areas including an outdoor amphitheater, classrooms and libraries.  Staff/Manuel Martinez
  • Left to right, Tony Chappell and Roylan Reyes go over plans for piping the electrical at the new Naples Children's Museum.  The Gosisano Children's Museum of Naples is scheduled to be opened this time next year. The museum boasts large learning spaces and recreational areas including an outdoor amphitheater, classrooms and libraries.  Staff/Manuel Martinez
  • Workers survey the inside of the library at The Gosisano Childrens Museum of Naples. The Museum of Naples is scheduled to be opened this time next year. The museum boasts large learning spaces and recreational areas including an outdoor amphitheater, classrooms and libraries.  Staff/Manuel Martinez
  • Miles Seidle sets up a level to track elevations at the new Naples Children Museum.  The Gosisano Childrens Museum of Naples is scheduled to be opened this time next year. The museum boasts large learning spaces and recreational areas including an outdoor amphitheater, classrooms and libraries.  Staff/Manuel Martinez
  • Alejandro Garcia works on skimming and patching the final areas of drywall before the interior of the building is painted.  The Gosisano Children's Museum of Naples is scheduled to be opened this time next year. The museum boasts large learning and recreational areas including an outdoor amphitheater, classrooms and libraries.  Staff/Manuel Martinez
  • Left to right, Cecilio Martinez and Jonathan Norton put it some of the final work before the interior of the Naples Children Museum gets painted.  The Gosisano Children's Museum of Naples is scheduled to be opened this time next year. The museum boasts large learning and recreational areas including an outdoor amphitheater, classrooms and libraries.  Staff/Manuel Martinez
  • The Gosisano Children's Museum of Naples is scheduled to be opened this time next year. The museum boasts large learning spaces and recreational areas including an outdoor amphitheater, classrooms and libraries.  Staff/Manuel Martinez

The Golisano Children's Museum of Naples is scheduled to open in February 2012.

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