Preeminent museum services firm maltbie, a kubik company, has been selected as the exhibit fabricator, including the design development, coordination, fabrication and installation of museum exhibits, for the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
maltbie will be responsible for the fabrication and installation of exhibits and mechanical interactive displays for the 150,000 square-foot state of the art complex. These truly immersive displays are designed to capture the imagination of all age groups and will enable visitors to the Hall of Fame to experience the exhilaration of a day at the race track. The exhibits will show case many original NASCAR’S old and new to make the experience even more realistic.
We are thrilled to be selected as a partner for the dynamic NASCAR Hall of Fame, said Gary Brooks, Executive Vice President, maltbie. Our team has been on a roll lately and all credit is due to the amazing group of people at maltbie. Their expertise with exhibits, interactive experiences and bringing design to life is unmatched.
The NASCAR hall of Fame is composed of seven distinctly themed but related spaces: Orientation theater, The Great Hall, Glory Road, The Hall of Honor, Race Week, The Vault and Heritage speed way.
Scheduled to open in April 2010, the NASCAR Hall of Fame will create an enduring tribute to the drivers, crew members, team owners, it will also enable visitors to be fully immersed in the history of the sport and provide a behind the scenes look at what it takes to field a successful race team.