Exhibits & Interpretation

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Exhibits & Interpretation

Connecting communities and peoples with stories from our shared past.

SEARCH understands the power of the past to connect people—to places, to communities, and to each other. Our work is designed to captivate audiences via a customized suite of experiential, virtual, and traditional platforms. We work for global, national, and local clients on projects at every scale.

We were selected as Prime contractor for the design of the new US Coast Guard National Museum. The US Army Corps of Engineers Vicksburg District commissioned us to transform the M/V Mississippi IV riverboat with a full ensemble of virtual, digital, tactile, and educational exhibit experiences. We also have created multiple community installations, such as Mound House for the City of Ft. Myers, Florida, and the Weigh Station Exhibit for Florida District of Transportation, District 4. Other public engagement and creative mitigation endeavors include a website detailing the history of the Permian Basin and a walking tour at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. We have also produced educational booklets and coffee-table books for the US Marine Corps at Camp Lejeune and the Ramey School in Puerto Rico.

Our staff includes subject matter experts, virtual technologists, copywriters, illustrators, media specialists, interpretive planners, and museum professionals.

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Creative alternatives to traditional mitigation
Social media campaigns and content creation
Digital, video, and print media
Interpretative plans and wayside panels


Peter Regan, MA, RPA