R.E. Warner played a key role in The Cleveland Museum of Art’s $350 million multi-phase renovation and expansion project providing layout and staking for erection of steel at the West Wing addition. Survey services include office setup, QA/QC and field staking for Kelley Steel Erectors, Inc. The projects main focal point includes the erection of a 120 foot glass atrium which will span from the newly constructed west wing to the original existing 1916 building. This is only one-phase in what the museum is calling “the biggest cultural construction project in Ohio history”.