The Inside Story

by John C. Bocox, P.E., Proj. Engr.; Zahl-Ford, Inc., Oklahoma City, OK,
Gerard B. Hasselwander, P.E., (M.ASCE), Sr. Proj. Engr.; Zahl-Ford, Oklahoma City, OK,
Michael Hargis, P.E., Sr. Proj. Engr.; Zahl-Ford, Oklahoma City, OK,
J. Stephen Ford, P.E., Exec. Vice Pres.; Zahl-Ford, Inc., Oklahoma City, OK,


Serial Information: Civil Engineering—ASCE, 2002, Vol. 72, Issue 7, Pg. 57-61


Document Type: Feature article

Abstract: A full-scale renovation of the interior of Oklahoma City's Civic Center Music Hall required shaving much of the depth from two trusses under load conditions, installing new foundation structures around the existing footings, and using mats originally designed for military airfields to protect newly constructed floors while the existing ones were demolished, all without disturbing the exterior walls or roof.

Subject Headings: Public buildings | Oklahoma | Rehabilitation | Renovation

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