Bethel Performing Arts Center

The site of the original Woodstock Concert in 1969 was developed with an ampitheater and museum and Frank J. Ryan & Sons was selected to do the painting.  The first challenge came up when the steel in the ampitheter was delivered factory painted but badly damaged.  We built large ramps to allow access for the equipment required to access the steel to repair the damages.  We surpassed the accelerated schedule required to perform the work in time to install the seats and the venue opened on schedule.

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Theatres, Museums and Historic Preservation