Kitchell has spearheaded the building of some of the most prominent arts and cultural facilities throughout the West and Southwest. We are proud to see these masterful works come to fruition and to know we had a role in their success. We understand the fast-changing technical requirements of sophisticated public art projects, and we ensure the overall success of projects by articulating goals, involving all stakeholders, and moving the collective team forward together.

  • Phoenix Convention Center

    A $618 million program tripling the size of the previously existing 302,000 SF Civic Plaza and renovating the existing spaces including the 2,600-seat Symphony Hall. READ MORE

  • SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center

    A $94.4 million, 126,305 SF transformation and renovation of the Sacramento Community Center Theater, renamed the SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center. READ MORE

  • Harris Center for the Arts, Folsom Lake College

    A new $40 million, two-story community college performing and instructional arts and regional performance facility comprising approximately 89,395 SF constructed at Folsom Lake College. READ MORE

  • Tempe Center for the Arts

    In addition to the main stage, a 600-seat proscenium theatre, the project included a 200-seat “black box” studio theatre, public space, stage support, rehearsal/classrooms, a gallery, a 150-seat cinema, administration offices, mechanical space, retail/café, and central plant.

  • Wells Fargo Pavilion

    A $14.4 million project consisting of renovation of approximately 28,000 SF of existing space including the Sacramento Theater Company offices, theater, theater lobby and restrooms, as well as construction of a new 17,000 SF theater tent structure with seating for 2,500 people and associated sitework.

  • University of California, Davis, Ann E. Pitzer Center

    A new $15 million, 18,000 SF facility which provides much-needed instructional space as well a world-class performance venue with a 5,000 SF space, accommodating 399 patrons. The project also includes a lobby, outdoor courtyard, green room, studio teaching spaces and practice rooms, a recording studio and storage for instruments. The facility is expected to achieve LEED Gold.

  • Sacramento Memorial Auditorium

    A $13.7 million project providing upgrades to the building, which has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places originally constructed in 1926.