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Bard College — Richard B. Fisher Performing Arts Center

Darlind Construction performed the cast-in-place concrete work for the uniquely designed Richard B. Fisher Performing Arts Center as a subcontractor to Daniel O’Connells Sons, Inc. of Holyoke, Massachusetts. The project, designed by California based Architect Frank O. Gehry, required that the majority of the concrete work be of architectural quality and serve as a finished product. For the construction of the 90’ high “Fly Tower” wall and the 70’ high curved walls of the main theater, a series of specialized, custom-made gang forms were assembled on-site and then “climbed” the walls with each crane lift. The inside of the theater included curved, stepped concrete seating areas and stepping concrete balconies cantilevered from the curved theater walls; all of which were left as exposed concrete. In successfully completing the project, Darlind produced a series of nearly 300 AutoCAD drawings, detailing all aspects of each concrete pour. Coordination, scheduling and sequencing were crucial.

We are exceptionally proud that this extremely challenging project was completed with a superb safety record and no lost time due to accidents.


Bard completed photo