|A $13.7 million upgrade to Kansas City's Music Hall and Municipal Auditorium expanded the theater’s backstage, back-of-house, and support areas to accommodate larger productions and traveling national shows.|
|The show will go on in Kansas City’s beloved Music Hall and Municipal Auditorium thanks to a fast-track renovation and expansion project that brought the 72-year-old Art Deco playhouse up to 21st-century standards.
Completed in just six months—between performances of “The Nutcracker” and “Stomp”—the $13.7 million project expanded the theater’s backstage, back-of-house, and support areas to accommodate larger productions and traveling national shows.
Kansas City Music Hall and Municipal Auditorium
Kansas City, Mo.
Submitting firm: Helix Architecture + Design (local architect)
Architect: Holzman Moss Architecture
Structural engineer: Walter P Moore
Mechanical/electrical engineer: ME Group
General contractor: Taylor Kelly Construction
Construction manager: The Konrath Group
Theater consultant: Fisher Dachs Associates
Acoustical consultant: Talaske
Size: 20,000 sf
Construction cost: $13.7 million
Construction time: September 2006 to April 2007
Delivery method: Design/Build/Build with CM
Kansas City Music Hall and Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Mo.
October 06, 2008 |
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