MATT Construction: Building Meaningful Museum Spaces

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We’re thrilled to announce MATT Construction as a WMA sponsor!

Sure, we all know what the basic idea of a building is ­– a stationary structure with a roof and four walls. But to MATT Construction, a building is so, very much more. Guiding their work is the principle that buildings are the signature of a civilization—they are meaningful spaces that tell our history and purpose and are standing symbols of our greatest achievements.

Established as a family-owned business more than 30 years ago, MATT Construction has become one of California’s top commercial general contractors through their dedication to collaboration, integrity, and quality. With every project, MATT pushes the boundaries of what is possible in construction as they inspire the world through buildings that elevate society.

MATT Construction has built some of the most iconic museums across the greater Los Angeles area. From the distinctive façades of The Broad and the Petersen Automotive Museum to the glass sphere of the soon-to-be-opened Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, MATT builds on-budget, on-schedule structures that align with museums’ missions and celebrate their collections.

Other notable cultural projects include:

  • LACMA Transformation
  • The Huntington Library Education and Visitor Center
  • The Music Center Plaza
  • Getty Villa
  • Hammer Museum
  • Autry Resources Center
  • Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands
  • Kirk Douglas Theatre
  • Museum of Tolerance
  • Ocean Institute
  • Skirball Cultural Center
  • Children’s Museum of Los Angeles
  • Natural History Museum of LA
  • Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

For a broader portfolio of MATT’s work, click here.

Partnering with MATT Construction means benefitting from decades of experience, with honed construction services for every phase of the process, from design to completion.

Click here to learn more about MATT Construction and their services.

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Sponsorships bolster the Western Museums Association’s work to provide access to a variety of professional development content, create future partnerships that deliver more diverse learning opportunities, and connect colleagues in meaningful dialog.

Sponsor WMA and help transform museums!

 

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