On April 11, 2002 Muhammad and Lonnie Ali, and others revealed the new building plans for the then anticipated $41 million structure that became the Muhammad Ali Center. The Center’s architect was New York City-based Beyer Blinder Belle, in consultation with Lee Skolnick-also of New York-and Bravura Corporation, a Louisville-based architectural firm. The Exhibit Developer was Formations Inc., in Portland, Oregon and Exhibit Designers was Cortina in Virginia. The Chief Curator was Dr. Susan Shaffer Nahmais of Phoenix Arizona. The rest of the design team consisted of CEO Mike Fox, Barry Alberts, and Jeanie Kahnke.