July 9, 2020
OTJ Architects will introduce a holistic program of COVID preparedness services at this year’s League of Historic American Theatres (LHAT) conference.
Now—more than ever—the health, safety, and wellness of a performing arts venue’s patrons and performers are of top priority. OTJ’s Arts, Culture, and Education (ACE) team has mobilized to assist clients in responding to the challenges of COVID-19 and preparing for the return of patrons, performers, and managers to theaters that now sit empty.
Our team has developed a holistic, scalable, and rapidly deployable program to help meet new standards of health and safety, allay concerns related to shared spaces, and promote the long-term wellness of occupants. This program of solutions draws on our team’s decades-long experience designing and restoring premier performing arts venues nationwide. Working together with our clients’ real estate teams, we can identify short- and long-term solutions that astutely address budgetary imperatives and help get back to the show expeditiously.
OTJ is proud to sponsor this year’s League of Historic American Theatres (LHAT) national conference where we will host a virtual booth on 7/14 from 12 to 1:30pm EST. Partner Gary Martinez, FAIA, and Principal Georgina Sperber, SAIA, LEED AP, will be on hand to answer individual questions related to reopening venues safely. For more information please visit http://www.lhat.org/conferences/national-conference. We look forward to an insightful exchange.
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