2010 Design Honor Award
Presented by the American Society of Landscape Architects, Wisconsin Chapter.
2009 Design Honor Award
Presented by the American Society of Landscape Architects, Minnesota Chapter.
2009 President's Design Award
Presented by the American Society of Landscape Architects, Illinois Chapter.
2009 Business Journal Real Estate Award
Presented by The Business Journal.
The Harley-Davidson Museum is located on a 20-acre parcel of land at the corner of Sixth and Canal Streets near downtown Milwaukee. The 130,000 square foot Museum development features exhibit space as well as a restaurant, café, retail shop, meeting space, special events facilities and the companys Archives. The Museum draws visitors locally and from throughout the world to experience the people, products, culture and history of Harley-Davidson. The Harley-Davidson Museum celebrates the rich history of the company, the passion of the riders, the stories of the employees, dealers, suppliers, company leaders and community members and much more. The experience extends to outdoor space, where visitors from near and far can meet, share stories and enjoy the green spaces adjacent to the Menomonee River. These varied and fascinating stories are woven into the fabric of Harley-Davidson, shaping the legend and setting the stage for a bright future. The plan for the Harley-Davidson Museum and its site incorporates striking urban design elements and engages the surrounding water and green spaces. It unites the city center with the Menomonee Valley, reflecting the industrial heritage of the area and of Harley-Davidson.