Design, fabrication, and installation of 3,000 square-feet of exhibits that lets visitors explore the region’s connection with the river through large photographic murals, artifacts, props, and interactives that highlight how Grant PUD operates, the struggles to create Wanapum Dam, and the individuals that work and play in the area. 

One hundred metal fish “swim” overhead and monitors show live video feeds of fish passing through fish ladders. A mock-up control room with interactive touchscreens puts visitors in control of the flow of water and power generation, enabling visitors to discover how these processes impact the environment and infrastructures throughout the state.

Client: Grant County PUD; Beverly, Washington