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Renovation of the 750 seat historic fine arts theatre originally constructed in 1939, addition of public toilets for ADA compliance, and creation of a mechanical room above the old scene shop to accommodate air handling units. The Fine Arts Building supports programs such as the Performing Arts Division and Drama Department and houses a performance
Renovation and expansion of the North Avenue Presbyterian Church. The addition includes a two story lobby and a 7,000 square foot reception space and classroom. The renovation comprises the Children’s Worship and Youth Ministry, and replacement of the lights and air handling units serving the 800 seat sanctuary.
Architect: Manley Spangler Smith Architects
Architectural acoustics for a high school performing arts center, including a 1,000 seat auditorium with a full stage, main lobby, and conference room.
Architect: Croft & Associates, PC
The addition of a performing arts center and a gymnasium, as well as replacement of boilers, for the 2,900 student North Cobb High School. The 30,600 square foot performing arts center houses a 750 seat auditorium, a 1,590 square foot black box theatre, dressing rooms, and concessions.
Architect: Wilson Butler Architects Inc.
The Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center houses a 1,200 seat performance hall and an outdoor performance area with lawn seating and a 350 seat recital hall, including a catering kitchen, concessions, dressing rooms, scenery shops, a two story multipurpose lobby, and a central energy plant.
Architect: Goodwyn Mills and Cawood, Inc
Special technology systems for the high school to house practice and competition gymnasiums, tiered lecture classrooms with a high level of technology, and an 830 seat auditorium. Special technology elements include architectural acoustics, including sound isolation and room acoustics, audio-visual systems for multimedia presentation, sound reinforcement and assistive listening, and theatrical systems such as stage lighting, rigging, and house lighting for the auditorium.
Architect: Lord Aeck Sargent
Renovation and upgrades to the historic Fox Theatre, including renovation of retail space to accommodate the Peachtree Lounge, addition of a Roof Garden and a Roof Terrace located above the arcade and the Peachtree Lounge, and modifications to improve accessibility, exiting, and vertical transportation.
Architect:Watson Tate Savory
The Harbison Theatre and Classroom Building includes a 400 seat theatre, five multimedia classrooms, science laboratories, and faculty and administrative offices. Support spaces for the theatre include group and private dressing rooms, costume and set design studios, and a two story scene shop.
Architect: DLR Group, Inc.
A 7,000 seat outdoor venue hosting a variety of performances including headline concert tours, orchestral performances, and other types of theatrical productions. The covered area includes 4,750 fixed, stadium style seats, 46 box suites, and 2,058 removable seats. An additional 5,000 patrons can be seated outside on a lawn area surrounded by two plazas.
Architect: EYP Architecture and Engineering, PC
Associate Architect: Quinn Evans Architects
A 180 seat performance hall in The North Carolina History Center and Mattocks Hall, a museum and visitors center serving as the entrance to the Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens.
Architect: Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates, Inc.
The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre is a 2,750 seat venue hosting touring Broadway shows, concerts, educational forums, family programs, and other special events. The building includes a 9,800 square foot banquet hall with a full-service kitchen, a ballroom, meeting rooms, production spaces, administrative offices, building services facilities, and a four level, 700 space parking structure.
The Knight Theatre, a 1,150 seat multipurpose theatre, is one component of The Levine Center for the Arts. The facility accommodates local art groups such as dance companies, the city youth orchestra, the chamber orchestra, and touring shows, and houses a 350 seat lecture/broadcasting auditorium, and a food and beverage catering kitchen.
Renovation and expansion of the North Avenue Presbyterian Church. The addition includes a two
Expansion of the Georgia World Congress Center to connect Building B and C through additional
Under Construction: Architectural acoustics for the West Hotel guest suites, parking garage and
In Design: Redevelopment of the 25-acre Boulevard Crossing Park, including two multi-purpose
Lighting and acoustics for the conversion of a medical library into a multiuse chapel located in the
Restoration and conversion of the Lucas Theatre for the Arts, a 1920s movie palace, into a 1,400
Renovation and upgrades to the historic Fox Theatre, including renovation of retail space to
The Knight Theatre, a 1,150 seat multipurpose theatre, is one component of The Levine Center for
Acoustics, audio-visual, security and communications systems for the Taubman Museum of Art complex
The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center at Patriot Park, located just outside the gates of
The Georgia International Convention Center includes 150,000 square feet of exhibition space,
Architectural acoustics, audio-visual systems, security, and voice and data communications systems
The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre houses the 2,750 seat John A. Williams Theatre, and hosts
The North Carolina History Center and Mattocks Hall, a museum and visitors center serving as the
The Ameris Bank Amphitheatre at Encore Park is a 7,000 seat outdoor venue hosting a variety of
The Riley Park Club at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park is a luxury event space for baseball games, as well
Development of an RFP, bridging documents, and basic and enhanced commissioning for the expansion
The Florence County Museum is a two story art, science and history museum located in the downtown
Expansion and renovation of the three story Garden House, including a 4,000 square foot office
This second phase of additions and renovations to the Georgia Museum of Art transforms the public
Commissioning of the expansion of the High Museum of Art, comprising the Susan and John Wieland
Renovation of the 1,000 seat Cascades Hills Baptist Church including production lighting and
Renovation and restoration of the 750 seat Springer Opera House, originally constructed in 1871.