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Texas Tech University System

Phone:(806) 742-2116
Email: fpc@ttu.edu

Mailing Address:
Box 42014
Lubbock, TX 79409

Physical Address:
1508 Knoxville Avenue., Ste. 103
Lubbock, TX 79409

J.T. & Margaret Talkington College of Visual and Performing Arts Theatre & Dance Complex Phase II Renovation

Project #:19-01
Detailed Status:Stage II Design
Campus:TTU Lubbock
Location:2812 18th Street
Board Approved Budget: $2,287,416
Adjusted Budget: $555,520
Project Start Date:09.21.2018
Project Team
Project Manager:Denise Hostick
Inspector:Fernando Andrade
Design Professionals:Holzman Moss Bottino Architecture, LLP
The J.T. and Margaret Talkington College of Visual and Performing Arts ("TCVPA") Theatre & Dance Complex Phase II Renovation project will include both renovation and new construction areas within the Charles E. Maedgen, Jr. Theatre building (#231). Renovation of 24,200 GSF will include (1) entire basement with prop lab, trap room, orchestra pit, light storage room, workroom, and circulation / service spaces; (2) first floor - lobby, theatre, paint lab, metal shop, and backstage crossover for actors with dressing rooms, green room, and restrooms and; (3) second floor - theatre support areas. New construction of 11,328 GSF will include (1) first floor - a costume lab with classroom space, fitting rooms, dye and laundry rooms and four office spaces for teaching staff; and (2) second floor - a new administrative suite for the TCVPA (currently located in Holden Hall) and graduate student office suite. The Costume Lab currently located in Weeks Hall will be relocated to this building as part of the project. The project will address information technology, acoustics, audio visual requirements, and theatrical equipment. Exterior stone and masonry restoration repairs as budget permits. The project will be designed to bring the building in compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and codes, including Life Safety Codes and Texas Accessibility Standards.