Planning is not merely an exercise
of words or numbers
Walt leverages his 30 years of working with cultural institutions on building projects to guide alignment of the vision of their leadership with meaningful outcomes. His approach is to create sustainable solutions recognizing that great planning must enhance an institution’s capacity by working within their fiscal capacity.
Walt Crimm’s work with cultural institutions is informed by his personal passion as a cultural consumer. He practiced as an architect for most of his career leading large teams on projects for some of the most important museums, archives and cultural destinations. His focus on planning over the past 10 years is informed by his deep understanding of the opportunities and limitations of buildings, and how to plan for flexibility and change.
6868 Scotforth Road | Philadelphia, PA 19119
O: 215-809-1115 | M: 215-805-4691
SELECT PARTICIPATIONS & PUBLICATIONS
Find us annually at conferences sponsored by:
American Alliance of Museums
Building Museums Symposium
Society for Preservation of Natural History Collections
Planning Successful Museum Building Projects (AltaMira Press with co-authors Martha Morris and L. Carole Wharton)
New Publications in 2019 include chapters for new books by:
Getty Conservation Institute