The Cade Museum for Creativity & Invention was selected among 90 entries from across the Southeast including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
Check out the Oct. 29 print edition of ENR Southeast for a profile on the Cade Museum and the other project winners. ENR Southeast will host an award luncheon on Nov. 1 at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld to recognize the top winners.
Named for Dr. James Robert Cade, a professor of renal (kidney) medicine at the University of Florida and the lead inventor of the sports drink Gatorade, the Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention is devoted to sharing the wonders of invention with visitors of all ages. Influenced by the expanding spirals of Fibonacci’s “Golden Ratio,” the grand 25,474 square foot museum features interactive exhibits, temporary exhibit space, a hands-on Creativity Lab and Fab Lab, a gift shop, an outdoor educational terrace, and sculpture garden. Designed by GWWO Architects and built by Oelrich Construction, the new museum is truly exceptional.