Architectural expression is at its finest when enveloping museums and performing art centers. The building skin may convey creativity and ambition to make an iconic, timeless statement. In museums, the result is often an increase in opacity in the facade with deliberate, controlled daylighting to gallery and circulation spaces. In performing arts centers, dramatic atrium spaces take center stage. Cultural projects have a tremendous ability to project a meaningful message with a unique facade while incorporating high-quality performance that will endure.


million+ square feet
of facade area




arts centers

Enclos demonstrated the innovative thinking, engineering expertise, and collaborative approach required to develop a design that would fulfill all of the performance needs of the [SFMoMA] curatorial staff, the aesthetic desires of the Board of Trustees and the architect, and the realities of construction cost and schedule.

Matt Rossie, Senior Vice President, Webcor

Dan Green, Executive Vice President | West Operations

With over four decades of industry experience and numerous completed cultural projects – notably the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Expansion and Orange County Performing Arts Center – Dan ensures owners and general contractors a smooth enclosure procurement. Green is responsible for operational oversight of the West Region. | 909-413-6402


Chris Fiato, Vice President | Mid-Atlantic Region

Chris’ experience at the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts have shaped his sensitivity to the sharper expectations associated with signature projects. He and his team are skilled in coordinating the unique schedule, sequence, and logistical challenges of delivering world-class museums. | 443-956-1719


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