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Dr. P Phillips Orlando Performing Arts Center [Phase 2 Under Construction]


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  • 2 weeks later...
On ‎6‎/‎17‎/‎2018 at 8:07 PM, FLClarkKent said:

Again, apologies for the poor image quality.

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LOL.  It's totally in focus. 

You reminded me of Doc Brown from Back to the Future...  "Mar-tee...forgive the crudity of this model, will all the time constraints..."

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WAY different construction. Theaters are highly specialized with architectural elements that are idiosyncratic to the building design and site iteslf as well as acoustical concerns and MEP considerations for AV and specialty equipment. Student housing and residential is usually very repetitive form, pour, move up, repeat. Decking and MEP runs that go through the whole building. Very fast, similar floors each time, and just burn through it. 

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22 hours ago, JFW657 said:

That rear section is a good bit taller than I expected it to be.

Looks like it's already about 8 or 9 stories.

Looks like the fly system where sets are lowered and lifted to and from the stage during performances.  That's so Quasimodo and the Phantom can get a special view of show.

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