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CHICAGO-The Museum of Science and Industry is undergoing a 5,500 sf renovation for a timepiece exhibit scheduled to open in January 2001. The $1.1 million project will house a permanent exhibit of 400 vintage timepieces acquired from the Seth Atwood Collection.

The exhibit space formerly held the Museum Store and Gift Shop, which is now located in the Great Hall. Chicago-based Graycor is the general contractor.

In other museum projects, Graycor completed the renovation of Chicago’s Field Museum’s Underground Adventure exhibit.

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