Allied Works tapped for expansion and renovation of Florida’s Vero Beach Museum of Art

Allied Works Architecture, an award-winning design practice with offices in Portland, Oregon, and New York City, has been selected to lead an expansion and renovation of the Vero Beach Museum of Art (VBMA) in Florida. Debuting in 1986 as the Center for the Arts, the nonprofit institution serves as the principal visual arts museum on Florida’s three-county Treasure Coast region and anchors the city of Vero Beach’s barrier island-bound Riverside Park.

Allied Works was selected by VBMA following an extensive nine-month search assisted by architect selection advisor David Meckel. A total of 13 firms were in the running, with Allied Works selected from a

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