entertainment | recreation | cultural

The entertainment, recreation, and cultural industries have a distinct set of engineering needs, in part due to the volume of traffic anticipated in each structure. Initial costs, facility maintenance, and flexible monitoring and control surveillance systems are essential development issues to consider in the concept and design production stages. Additionally, public spaces in this discipline often require special food preparation and service areas, extraordinary ventilation capacity, and intensive restroom accessibility to serve their intended functions. Many of these facilities involve round-the-clock utilization, demanding energy-conserving measures and higher life-safety fire protection elements due to the nature and duration of occupancy requirements.

These developments include:

  • Parks | Recreation Facilities
  • Fitness | Sports Complexes
  • Theaters | Performing Arts Centers
  • Theme Parks
  • Museums
  • Worship Centers
  • Disneyland

    Anaheim, California
  • American Multi-Cinema

    Burbank, California
  • Grijalva Park

    Orange, California
  • Bowers Museum

    Santa Ana, California
  • 24 Hour Fitness

    Tustin, California
  • College of the Desert - McCallum Theatre

    Palm Desert, California
  • Regional Sports Complex

    Castaic, California
    photo courtesy of Langdon Wilson
  • Fender Museum of Music and the Arts

    Corona, California
  • American Multi-Cinema

    Phoenix, Arizona
  • Abundant Living Family Church

    Rancho Cucamonga, California