This $9 million project is an adaptive reuse of a 35-year-old industrial building, totaling 23,000 square feet across two levels in downtown Dallas. This complex project utilized laser scan and VD+C technology to model the MEP and structural systems. The scope included interior demolition of all partitions and systems, structural demolition of the floors to create a depression for the dance floor. To create a double-height space for the music hall, the existing structure was strengthened and an elevator was added. Concert goers also have access to a new outdoor deck with a full bar.
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