05 October 2015
Photo courtesy of the Cade Museum for Creativity + Invention
Last week, the Gainesville community celebrated the groundbreaking for the new Cade Museum for Creativity + Invention. The ceremony featured several guest speakers such as Mayor Ed Braddy, Commissioner Chuck Chestnut, Senior Vice President for Gatorade Brett O'Brien, and CPPI President John Carlson.
The interactive museum will foster creativity in individuals to inspire the minds of future inventors and early entrepreneurs. The museum will feature exhibits highlighting the invention of Gatorade, a history of great American inventors, as well as interactions of the brain. The museum will also include hands-on exhibits and workshops designed to inspire creativity.
Henry Adams is providing MEP engineering services for this exciting project.
More photos from the groundbreaking can be found here.