Nearly five million people see the 1 mile deep Grand Canyon each year. The South Rim is the most accessible part of the park and this is where the Visitor Center is located. The Visitor Center is the first stop for most of the national park’s visitors every year. Because of the Visitor Center’s heavy visitation, all of the exhibits created for this project had to be extremely durable and constructed to withstand traffic levels of hundreds of visitors hourly. The scope of work completed for this project included cabinetry, display cases, artifact mounts, heavy duty mechanical interactives, audiovisual interactives, a large relief map model of the entire Grand Canyon region, glass barrier rails, reader rails, exhibit lighting, audiovisual productions and equipment, graphic panels, murals, and bronze tactile models.