Historic Tennessee Theatre Restoration and Renovation

Posted in Civic/Assembly, Historic, Hospitality/Retail

  • Historic Tennessee Theatre
    Historic Tennessee Theatre
  • Historic Tennessee Theatre
    Historic Tennessee Theatre
  • Historic Tennessee Theatre
    Historic Tennessee Theatre
  • Historic Tennessee Theatre
    Historic Tennessee Theatre
  • Historic Tennessee Theatre
    Historic Tennessee Theatre
  • Historic Tennessee Theatre
    Historic Tennessee Theatre
  • Historic Tennessee Theatre
    Historic Tennessee Theatre
  • Historic Tennessee Theatre
    Historic Tennessee Theatre
  • Historic Tennessee Theatre
    Historic Tennessee Theatre
  • Historic Tennessee Theatre
    Historic Tennessee Theatre
  • Historic Tennessee Theatre
    Historic Tennessee Theatre
  • Historic Tennessee Theatre
    Historic Tennessee Theatre

Value: $19,000,000

Year Completed: 2005

Location: 604 South Gay Street, Knoxville, Tennessee

Area: 60,000 SF

Owner: Historic Tennessee Theatre Foundation

Architect: McCarty Holsaple McCarty, Inc.

Delivery System: Construction Manager At-Risk

Points of Pride…

  • Associated General Contractors (AGC) and Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC)Award for Construction Excellence For Outstanding Restoration Contractor over $2 Million
  • Metropolitan Planning Commission Excellence Award for Renovation/Restoration

“When Denark was selected as the construction manager for this very important project, it was apparent from the start that your company and all of its employees – from the project executive to the office receptionist – were committed to excellence. Every detail was attended to, and careful thought was put into every course of action, from preconstruction all the way through the final punch list walk through. Denark was proud to be part of such a monumental project and understood its importance to the Knoxville community, and that pride manifested itself in every aspect of your work. Ten years, 1.25 million visitors, and 1550 events later, we are still proud of the fine work performed and overseen by Denark.”

~ Becky Hancock; Executive Director, Tennessee Theatre