Kravis Center for the Performing Arts

Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
West Palm Beach, FL

Project Description

The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is one of the premier performing arts centers in the Southeast. It contains four separate concert and performance venues, seven additional facilities, and a five-level parking garage, it is situated as a gateway to downtown West Palm Beach, at the heart of Palm Beach County.

WGI’s planning, landscape architecture, environmental, civil engineering, and transportation planning services will expand its Dreyfoos Hall lobby and reconfigure the Dreyfoos Hall drop-off and valet for the Cohen Pavilion, which includes the new bus drop-off area, a new access/entry off Okeechobee Boulevard, and improved pedestrian access between the Cohen Pavilion and Dreyfoos Hall.

WGI is also assisting in designing the new plaza, water feature, landscaping and signage; the new valet for Dreyfoos Hall on the north¬east side, including multi-story parking deck in the location where the amphitheater is currently situated; new signage at the corner of Okeechobee Boulevard and Tamarind Avenue; new ramp to the third-floor parking deck on Iris Street, which includes the partial abandonment of Iris Street; as well as widening south Sapodilla to provide a northbound left turn lane into the valet and extend the southbound right turn lane.

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