Diamond was awarded the Holter Museum Remodel on a low bid, privately advertised project. Due to the material and subcontractor climate at the time, Diamond and the design team began submittals and procurements prior to starting construction to ensure the Holter had limited schedule delays. The project was completed ahead of schedule and limited the disturbances to the Holter’s operations. This project took two existing art gallery spaces and created a community center for the Holter to use and rent to the community. Construction included securing the space for public access, building a performance stage, creating an inspiring classroom environment, increased natural lighting, and provided technology for events.