The original 1914 building served as a power house for Union Station. This complex adaptive reuse project completely renovated the historic building, creating a focal point for Kansas City’s urban redevelopment.
The building now includes a 180-seat performance theater, six studios, a physical therapy/training room, locker/shower facilities, administrative offices and spaces for costumes, wardrobes, and production.
U.S. Engineering spearheaded the design and construction of the facility’s mechanical systems, which include sustainable features and accommodate the award-winning architectural elements.
Fort Collins, CO