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PGAV Destinations Provides Museum Master Plan for Patriots Point


PGAV Destinations, a global leader in the planning and design of unique destinations, is pleased to announce their work with the Patriots Point Foundation to provide a Museum Master Plan for Patriots Point in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.

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Patriots Point is one of Charleston region’s premier attractions, featuring the legendary aircraft carrier USS Yorktown and the Congressional Medal of Honor Museum. PGAV’s plan will focus on the utilization of the 36 acres surrounding the Yorktown as a nationally prominent cultural destination.

“PGAV’s assistance will be invaluable in creating a new vision for the Patriots Point facilities, ” says Bob Simons, President of the Patriots Point Foundation. “We are looking to create an even bigger educational, tourism, and economic resource for the State of South Carolina.”

For this project, PGAV is teaming with Robert Wilburn of The Wilburn Group of Reston, Virginia, and Chris Cavanaugh of Magellan Strategy Group of Asheville, North Carolina.

“We are truly honored to be involved with such an iconic American destination and to have the opportunity to work with the Patriots Point Foundation, ” says Mike Konzen, Principal of PGAV Destinations.

About PGAV Destinations

PGAV Destinations is a global leader in the planning and design of unique destinations. The firm uniquely combines award-winning storytelling and creativity with business strategy to create some of the world’s most important cultural, heritage, and natural destinations. PGAV develops growth-oriented master plans and translates these plans into innovative new destination products. Now in its fifth decade, the firm has authored hundreds of highly successful projects in places such as SeaWorld, the Grand Canyon, Biltmore Estate, The Gettysburg Battlefield, the Georgia Aquarium, Kennedy Space Center, and the Hoover Dam.

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