Dixie College Performing Arts Center

Our core team led this project while leaders at Gould Evans. Kelly Morgan, led Construction documents and handled Construction Administration. Joe Smith was part of the Technical + Quality Control Team. Basil Harb was part of the technical team. Becky Hawkins was local PIC. Sasaki was the design architect.

Programmatically, the intent of this new performing arts facility was to unify the academic programs within one new, state-of-the-art structure. Philosophically, the intent was to demonstrate the commitment to the Arts in education with a landmark building at the prominent “front door” of the campus. The project is comprised of three major components, one for each Arts discipline: Theater, Music and Fine Arts. The theatrical spaces include a 510-seat proscenium theater, 150 flexible-seat black box theater, theater rehearsal production, scene shop and stage support functions. For the Music Department a new 300-seat concert hall, music rehearsal rooms, practice and ensemble rooms were created. The Fine Art wing includes a 5,000 square foot Art Gallery, reception space and faculty offices. In all programmed areas, multifunctional use is a requirement as spaces must be classroom, exhibit, performance, lecture, etc. at any given time.

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