We are kicking off the new year with significant progress in the Performing Arts Center (PAC) and fine arts addition. Crews were hard at work over winter break installing the interior finishes in many of these new spaces.
The newly renovated music and arts areas have a flex room, choir and orchestra rooms, and STEAM space with 18-foot ceilings, fresh paint, and acoustic panels on the walls. The wood floors in the choir and orchestra rooms have been refurbished from the old spectator gym, and the flex room, STEAM lab, art classrooms, and corridors have new polished concrete floors.
Updates on current and upcoming work
- Installing cabinetry throughout the art and music spaces
- Continuing the ceiling grid installation in the art wing
- Ramping up painting throughout the art wing
- Installing the ceiling clouds in the new PAC
DID YOU KNOW? Hardwood flooring is often used in music spaces because it enhances acoustic performance by reducing hollow sounds or vibrations. The hardwood floor can also serve as a reflective surface for sound to balance the absorptive properties of the acoustic panels on the walls.