Below are some key projects completed for some of our largest Cinema operators in the world. We are proud to call most of these clients repeat customers and look forward to gaining new ones as well.
According to Business Wire…For more than 10 years, ArcLight Cinemas has redefined the movie-going experience for California residents, by presenting films the way filmmakers intended them to be seen.
According to the Cape Cod Wave…“It’s massive,” said Frank Kilduff, a member of Cape Cod Church and a volunteer helping with the construction. “It’s a huge undertaking. I’m just amazed that all the parts are going together.” The “entrepreneurial” Cape Cod Church, aka the Cape Cod Baptist Church, which started…
According to FirstShowing.net, “The new facility will be called the Alamo Drafthouse City Point and will feature seven screens of new releases, repertory programming and the Alamo’s signature films in both 35mm and digital formats. This joins two other under construction New York City-area Drafthouses, but it won’t be opening until late 2015…”
According to the LA Times, “The new theater is housed in the $260-million project called Runway at Playa Vista that is designed to be the commercial and social heart of the planned community. The project has been under construction for more than a decade on land once controlled by aviation mogul Howard Hughes south of Marina Del Rey…”
According to Film Journal International “With the help of our lending partner, Goldman Sachs, Studio Movie Grill is excited and grateful to have the opportunity to establish the brand across the country,” said founder and CEO Brian Schultz. “We have created a modern and relaxing alternative to the traditionally frenzied movie going experience. Courteous table side service, coupled with the best available technology, and an eclectic, fresh and made-to-order menu have all contributed to positioning SMG as the unquestioned leader in our segment…”
According to the Houston Cornicle, “ShowBiz Cinemas also announced a new Lindale, Texas, location on Oct. 27. All four locations will include the company’s SDX (Superior Digital Experience) screens, digital projection with 3-D capabilities, oversized leather seating and digital sound. They will also include self-serve concession areas and a full café and bar, which will offer moviegoers and bowlers an expanded menu featuring…”
According to the Miami Herald, “Beginning next year, movie-goers in North Miami Beach will be able to sip cocktails and order gourmet food as they watch a new release, wrapped in blankets in cushy, reclining leather chairs. Boca Raton-based iPic Theaters said it has signed a lease with South Florida developer Dezer Development to build a new eight-screen, 40,000-square-foot luxury Movie Theater in North Miami Beach’s Intracoastal Mall.
“The level of luxury that is associated with the iPic theaters will further complement the Eastern Shores lifestyle options