Hirschfeld Awarded Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
The joint venture team of Linbeck/Zachry awarded Hirschfeld Industries the Structural and Miscellaneous Steel package of the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts project in San Antonio, Texas.
This world-class facility, owned by Bexar County Performing Arts Center Foundation and designed by LMN Architects, will allow performing arts from around the globe to take the stage and enthrall audiences with their unique forms of music, theater and dance. The Tobin Center will also serve as home to a number of resident companies, such as the San Antonio Symphony, San Antonio Opera and Ballet San Antonio.
The Tobin Center, which will be architecturally and acoustically on par with any facility throughout the world, will have a 1,750-seat main performance hall, 27 luxury boxes and mezzanine and balcony seating. It is 157,000 square feet, and has 2,100 tons of structural and miscellaneous steel.
The award of this project reflects Hirschfeld’s success with major performing arts center projects.
About Hirschfeld Industries LP
Hirschfeld Industries is one of the largest fully integrated fabricators of highly engineered structural steel components in North America. The company serves a wide range of end markets including transportation infrastructure, industrial development, commercial construction and power generation.
With eleven facilities and over 900 employees providing a national presence and industry leading footprint, Hirschfeld Industries is a major participant in the expansion and redevelopment of the U.S. transportation and energy infrastructure systems, both government-funded and private enterprises. Hirschfeld Industries was founded in 1946 and is headquartered in San Angelo, Texas.
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