Cultural & Entertainment

The very best entertainment and cultural venues provide a seamless blend of outstanding guest experiences and highly efficient “back-of-house” infrastructure. Theme park attractions, complex sports facilities, wild animal enclosures, theaters and playhouses – they all demand a perfectly balanced blend of the whimsical and the practical. Hoar excels at keeping a team focused on the goal: not just the right project on the right timeline at the right cost, but also a place that makes memories visitors cherish for a lifetime.

  • Silverspot Theater

    Coconut Creek, FL

    Silverspot Theater is an upscale movie theater which features reserved seating, a restaurant and bar. It is a new addition to the existing mixed use development, the Promenade at Coconut Creek.

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  • Cathedral of Saint Paul

    Birmingham, AL

    The renovation and roof replacement of the 120-year-old Cathedral of Saint Paul honors the original work of 10,000 immigrants who raised funds in 1889 to build a church that would honor God and show their gratitude for their ability to provide for their families in their new city. So replacing the original slate roof at the Cathedral of Saint Paul was no small job and the significance of the project, both architecturally to the city and spiritually to the faithful of St. Paul, was enormous.

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  • Maritime Park

    Pensacola, FL

    The construction of the Maritime Park baseball stadium in Pensacola, Florida, threw Hoar Construction a lot of curveballs, but we hit it out of the park.

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  • Trojan Arena - Troy University

    Troy, AL

    The Troy Multi Sports Complex features a rotunda at one corner of the building. We realized early on that no amount of dimensions on the drawings could accurately account for all conditions where “round must meet square.”

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  • Birmingham Zoo

    Birmingham, AL

    Hoar Construction managed a phased project for the Birmingham Zoo that began with a Children’s Area and followed with Alabama Wilds, a trail that provided first-hand views of many animals native to Alabama.

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  • The Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts

    Birmingham, AL

    The Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts project is vastly different than any other building on the University of Alabama at Birmingham campus. The building has elaborate detailing and complex geometries, making construction challenging to say the least.

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