The Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library and Museum reopened on 22 December 2012 with new, state-of-the art exhibits using progressive technology to present Johnson’s life and legacy to contemporary visitors. The large number of multimedia records preserved from Johnson’s presidency are the basis for innovative interactive exhibits giving visitors unprecedented access to the President’s story through his own voice.

D&P was responsible for fabrication and installation of all museum exhibit structures and components and to provide supporting guest service systems for the complete renovation of the ten-floor Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library and Museum complex. D&P scope included exhibit engineering, fabrication, and installation; artifact and object mounting, design, engineering, and installation of lighting and AV visual systems and comprehensive graphic production.