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Established in 1946, Murphy & Orr Exhibits is one of the nation's oldest exhibit producers. Murphy & Orr continues to design and produce exhibits, permanent displays, visitor centers and museums for many of the nation's leading educational institutions, corporations, and other organizations. This experience gives Murphy & Orr an extensive working history, demonstrating innovative solutions to hundreds of varied assignments.

Murphy & Orr offers turnkey, custom exhibit and display services including design and space planning, exhibit and graphic fabrication, interactive exhibit development, as well as installation and updating services.
 

Murphy & Orr News

 
4.26.2007
University of South Carolina Aiken - Murphy & Orr put the finishing touches on lobby to USC Aiken's brand new Convocation Center. One of the funding donors for the displays included Lew Perkin's wife who dedicated the displays to her husband as a present for his birthday (Lew Perkins is currently the Athletic director for Kansas University and formerly an Athletic Director and basketball coach at USC Aiken in the 1970's). Click here to view some photos of the space.

1.24.2007
Carrollton High School - Murphy & Orr completed it's first large project for a high school this week for Carrollton High School in Carrollton GA. The high school has a storied sports history with numerous state championships in track and football. Click here to view projects from the project.

Atlanta Spirit - The parent company of the Atlanta Hawks, Atlanta Thrashers, and Philips Arena hired Murphy & Orr to create a trophy exhibit for their waiting room. Click here to view photos.

Delta Airlines - Murphy & Orr designed and fabricated the exhibits for the new Spirit of Delta museum on board a decomissioned 747. Click here to view photos of the project

12.07.2006
St. John's University recently asked Murphy & Orr to help spruce up their aging Carnesecca Arena. With a small budget, Murphy & Orr created an environmental graphics program that perfectly met their needs. Click here to see a photo