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35,000 sq. ft., 2-Stories
Stevens & Wilkinson
Supply Chain Management
Turner Construction provided preconstruction and construction services for the cutting-edge, interactive Illuminarium entertainment venue. Located on Atlanta's Beltline Trail, Illuminarium Experiences has created a custom-designed multi-sensory experience venue that transports users into immersive virtual environments without requiring VR glasses to enjoy them. Illuminariums are re-programmable immersive theaters that surround visitors in a 360 x 360 sensory space of sight and sound.
Features of the venue include high-definition video projected onto walls 22 feet tall and 350 feet wide, augmented with a plethora of high-end special effects, such as in-floor vibrations and scent release. In addition, the Illuminarium experience includes a gift shop and a spacious cafe that features retractable bi-fold glass doors opening onto an expansive patio with direct access to the BeltLine.
Turner's scope of work included hazardous materials abatement, demolition, and build-back of a brick 1950s structure. There were extensive MEP requirements, and a mechanical mezzanine was carefully constructed to mitigate the slightest vibration that might impact the visual experience. In addition, the project included deep foundations and a new roof structure, which was raised 25′ to accommodate the theatre ceiling heights.