Radio City Music Hall – Renovations & Historical Restorations


Radio City Music Hall — Renovations and Historical Restoration, New York, NY

Radio City’s interior was restored in authentic detail, including each of the 5,091 seats, the carpeting, wallpaper, lighting fixtures, millwork, and architectural finishes. The entire third mezzanine was strategically tilted forward to avoid echoing. Original works of art, including the The Grand Foyer’s Fountain of Youth painting by Ezra Winter, were restored to their original vibrancy by a series of artists.


Size: 365,000 square feet
Schedule: 7 months
Contract Type: Construction Manager-at-Risk
Owner: Radio City Music Hall
Architect: Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates


Rigorous planning and execution ensured the completion of the $40 million project in seven months.

First major renovation and historic restoration of this New York City Landmark built in 1932.

Multiple projects completed simultaneously to meet critical milestones.

Advanced preconstruction studies allowed for all materials to be ordered in advance.

Extensive MEP coordination of seven electrical subs who ran more than 10 miles of electrical conduit and upgraded the building’s life safety and emergency power systems from 50 kW to 800 kW.

Radio City Music Hall – Renovations & Historical Restorations