These records focus mainly on the construction and repairs to the museum. Architectural drawings for the Rodin Museum are located in the Facilities-Blueprint storage room also known as the Safety Officers Office. Drawings from the original blueprints include Work No. 176, Sheets 1-9 dated March 12, 1928, General Garden Plan; Plot Plan-Garden Details, Plans; Elevations and sections; Details; Structural Drawing; Plumbing-Heating-Electrical Plan; Meudon-Monument and Steps-Base for Penseur; and General plans showing disposition of plantation from July 1928.
Recent architectural plans are also found in the Facilities - Blueprint storage room, including those drawings from the Rodin Reinstallation subgroup. The Head of the Facilities and Operations Department oversees the architectural drawings and is the contact person for access to these drawings.