Paragon's work consisted of fabrication and installation of multiple display cases for historical artifacts and photos. Paragon also constructed stands and displays for printed image panels that told the story of the history of fly fishing. Most all of the case work was internally illuminated with LED lighting. The design for the casework called for it to be aged based on a sample fly fishing tin that the AMFF provided as a reference. The display cases were very sensitive to the lighting and material requirements to house historical artifacts.
The scope included multiple table and wall displays, case fabrication, multiple printed signs, placard fabrication for artifacts, monitor shrouds, and display stands. Paragon got a contract in early February and the facility opened March 30, 2022.