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Flight 93 National Memorial

Project Info

The Flight 93 National Memorial is the centerpiece of a large and expansive 2,220-acre publicly accessible national park site, one of the newest of the 395 within the National Park system. The overall final design was split in multiple phases, the first of which was completed by Arrow Kinsley Joint Venture.

Arrow Kinsley Joint Venture completed the 1,200-foot long memorial walkway, crash site plaza, visitor shelter, arrival forecourts, visitor parking lots, and the flight path wall, which features the engraved names of the seven crew members and 33 passengers in 3.5-inch slabs of Olympian White Danby Marble.

Project:

Flight 93 National Memorial

Division:

Building

Market:

Government/Military

Location:

Stoystown, PA

Client:

National Park Service Flight 93

Architect:

Paul Murdoch Architects

Size:

150 acres