It is busy inside Johnson Hall! As we approach our one year under construction mark, we see defined spaces throughout the building.
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There has been a lot of progress inside Johnson Hall and we wish we could take each and every one of you
With the expansion of the stage up to 25 feet, the proscenium walls were moved forward. They are currently being re-built. Take
The work continues to renovate our beautiful 1864 building. Here is a look at just two of the many projects going on
The building is closed, but wouldn't it be fun to peek inside as the renovations continue? Well here you go! Click on
Last week, the proscenium edge of the third floor Opera House stage was removed in sections and was stored away for future
On Monday, September 12th, crews installed the steel beams needed for the balcony. The beams were lifted by a huge crane and
Since the install of the structural steel members, LVL beams are being placed as the first component of the floor assembly. LVL’s,
CV Metal Services and Ganneston Construction installing structural steel at the third floor It was discovered that the existing carrying
At the front corner of Johnson Hall's historic 1864 building, where what used to be the storage room, the space for the