Monday, April 20, 2009

Magnificence in the Making

The state's budget crisis had brought construction of the $125-million 1,700-seat Valley Performing Arts Center in Northridge to a temporary halt in December, sparking concerns that completion might be delayed. But in March, workers were back on the job.

Sam Huleis, a senior project manager for the builder, said his crew was racing to get back on track. "We're running on all cylinders right now," Galland said.

The performing arts theater is one of the largest building projects underway in the San Fernando Valley. Work is expected to be completed by summer 2010, with a grand opening scheduled in early 2011, university officials said.

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