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    Disney Concert Hall

    Los Angeles, CA

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This Frank Gehry designed building was the idea of Lillian Disney who wanted to give a world-class performance venue as a gift to the people of Los Angeles and as a tribute to Walt Disney’s devotion to the arts.

This unique $274 million structure includes no standard angles or dimensions and made construction challenging.  All the construction was completed in sections meaning many trades were working in the same area at the same time, making things slightly more challenging.

Always ready to adjust to changing needs and challenging situations, Pan-Pacific jumped in with problem-solving, forward-thinking, proactive approaches to constructability and kept the plumbing portion humming along to provide a fully-functional concert hall.