Cultural and Performing Arts Facilities
Flexibility in space utilization is key to the successful outcome of any community, cultural or performing arts facility. Our projects have addressed the various needs of cinema, dance, theater, music, the fine arts and exhibition as well as full barrier-free accessibility in the earliest stages of conceptual design.
Middletown Cultural Arts Center, Middletown, NJ
Landmark Strand Theater Restoration, Lakewood, NJ
< Spring Lake Community House Barrier-free Terrace & Various Building Improvements, Spring Lake, NJ      
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Ellis Island Museum of Immigration Master Plan
< Thomas Lamb 's - Strand National Landmark Theater Interior Restoration - cited as the Best Downtown  NJ Project...        
The Action Plan for the Count Basie Theater, in Red Bank detailed various seating, lighting, plaster restoration, back stage & accessibility projects.         
In the years associated with the prestigious New York firm of Beyer Blinder Belle, landmark cultural projects included the Central Park Restoration, the South Street Seaport Streetscape Plan and Ellis Island Restoration Master Plan.
^ Central Park Restoration Management Plan
Recent Cultural, Museum and Arts Facility Projects have included the Lakewood Historical  Museum,  Asbury Park's Savoy Theater and the Mackenzie House Museum...