The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre houses the 2,750 seat John A. Williams Theatre, and hosts 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.
Communications systems include a structured cabling system for the building.
Access control, video surveillance, and intercom systems.
This project is the recipient of the Best in Atlanta Real Estate Award, 2006 Design Winner from the Atlanta Business Chronicle, and an Award of Excellence – Cultural from Southeast Construction magazine’s Best of 2007 awards program. It has also received the Best of Assembly Forum Design Award from the International Interior Design Association’s (IIDA) Georgia chapter and the Gold Award in the 2008 Building Team Awards from Building Design+Construction magazine. It was named the 2008 Project of the Year by Urban Land Institute (ULI) Atlanta.
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