Theaters & Museums
Ballet West Capitol TheatreSee Project
Red Butte Garden Amphitheater
The Amphitheater facility has been one of the more popular venues for outdoor concerts along the Wasatch Front for the past 15 or 20 years, and the Red Butte Garden outdoor concert series is held there each summer.
This project involved a complete renovation of the facility in which the lawn seating was greatly expanded, patios for ADA seating were constructed, a new stage was built, and a concessions/catering kitchen and restroom facilities were constructed. Several outdoor garden areas were added with stone walls and arbors to create intimate settings for wedding ceremonies and parties.
The project involved the design and installation of upgraded lighting at the stage, upgraded power and control connections for portable performance lighting and sound equipment, and floodlighting to illuminate the lawn seating and exit walkways area during intermissions and for exiting at the conclusion of evening concerts. Low voltage pathway lighting was designed to illuminate the walking paths leading to the intimate garden areas as well as stairways around the seating area. The pathway lighting is kept on during evening events and was designed to provide unobtrusive illumination that does not distract from the concert experience.See Project
Fort Douglas MuseumSee Project
Springville Museum of ArtSee Project
Hale Centre Theatre
The biggest coordination effort was the Tait Stage. One of the most intricate stages in North America with 47 moving parts using more than 120 motors. Our challenge was coordinating with the Tait Stage Technology Team and provide all the power requirements needed in the right place. Tait has provided stages for top performers and theatres around the world.
The stage has 8 Vomitory Lifts, 1 front and 1 back lift per quadrant – each independently controlled, 1 ft per second speed. Raises above and drops below the stage level with a total of 20 feet of movement.