The National Museum of American Jewish History is a 100,000 square-foot, 1210 Imp. ton structure.
This five storey building has a very unusual floor and wall framing concept: the boxed frames are supported by plate girders at ground floor.
The connections for this job were challenging and required much coordination. There were four different panel connection types - bracing member connection type, inter panel connection type, base panel connection type and top panel connection type.