Shade for Amphitheater In Prescott Valley
The Town of Prescott Valley, AZ has been in need of shade for amphitheater for years at their outdoor stage located between city hall and the police station. The grand opening for this new amphitheater was in 2015 – Click for More. The raised concrete stage is an ideal area for outdoor concerts being the focal point of a wide expanse of gently sloping lawn. Without a roof to protect performers from the hot Arizona sun and no built in sound system or lighting, performances were “left in the dark and out in the cold.”
The Town asked Classic Recreation Systems to design a structure that would meet their budget and provide the desired amenities to fulfill their needs. Classic Recreation utilized our standard powder coated tubular steel frame and designed and fabricated custom tubular steel trusses. The roof included a 2”x 6” tongue and groove ceiling and standing seam roof to match the existing buildings. Classic Recreation designed this structure to fit the stage which was extended approximately 15’ in front. Work was wrapped up and the town holds concerts under the structure.
This shade for amphitheater structure was part of an overall project with construction crews upgrading the outdoor Civic Center amphitheater and integrating the custom covering over the stage.
The roof construction project was completed in January, 2015 to ensure that upcoming holiday events would not be disrupted.
“They are working hard to keep the site secure and they pulled the wood forms off the front of the stage this morning,” the town’s Capital Projects Coordinator Kim Moon said at the end of the project.
She added that, based on recommendations from the town’s Parks and Recreation staff, the custom Sierra Model pre-fabricated roof matches the architecture of the Civic Center complex that includes the police and library buildings.
Click here to read the article from the Prescott Valley Tribune.
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What a great article and the shade structure turned out great. Keep up the great work!!