At 140 ft long and 40 ft high, the Museum of the Bible is one of the largest museums in Washington. The privately funded project provides a repository for thousands of biblical and historical artifacts in a repurposed and expanded 1922 brick masonry warehouse and cold storage building. The building features a two-story, glass and steel curtain wall that curves to form expansive skylights over the sixth-floor corridor and biblical garden exhibit. A multi-story, curved, batten seam copper roof mirrors the curtain wall, mimicking the appearance of an ancient scroll. SGH provided building enclosure and structural consulting for the curved roof and curtain wall assemblies.