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The broadcast media & entertainment industry sector is proudly represented in Luckett & Farley’s portfolio. We have designed, built, and managed the construction of upwards of two-million square feet of television and radio facilities, performance venues, and creative economy workplaces. Our dedicated teams of architects & interior designers, civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineers, have a unique skill set wherein they are experts at solving the problems of the broadcast media & entertainment industry. Rounding-out Luckett & Farley’s in-house services – and of particular benefit to our broadcast media and entertainment industry clients – is program management. Our dedicated program managers observe every step of the construction process – ensuring your project’s overall success.
Photographer: ValCorp Photography/Thomas Valdez Luckett & Farley’s Media + Entertainment Group recently completed work on iHeartRADIO Theater LA, Clear Channel Media + Entertainment’s newest 21,000-square-foot multimedia venue. It served as the architect, engineer for this first-of-its-kind project. iHeartRADIO Theater LA is unique by virtue of its multi-functionality. It will be an industry-leading space for intimate, […]
The project includes a complete demolition and renovation of the entire 10th floor for the WPIX TV station in New York, NY. The renovation consisted of all new office furniture, finishes, master control room, mechanical & electrical system throughout the facility. The first floor area was completely renovated to accommodate the new public lobby for […]
Luckett & Farley’s Media + Entertainment Group designed iHeartRadio’s new 12,000sf office/performance studio space at 32 6th Avenue in New York (the historic former home of AT&T). The space is office-heavy, with a lower proportion of workstations. The offices are arranged laterally with wall-to-wall glass. Office fronts are approximately 11’ high; most office fronts are […]
This project consisted of the renovation of an existing concrete building to house five FM and four AM radio stations, one performance studio and two television stations, in addition to exhibit space and administrative and sales offices.
This project included the complete demolition and renovation of a 5,800sf ground-level space for a new live performance studio in downtown Manhattan, New York. The space is located directly over the NYC subway system, which posed specific design considerations for vibration and low frequency noise control. The performance area slab was remediated to receive a […]
This facility is a seven radio station collocation housed over two floors. The space was fully renovated to include the inclusion of Clear Channel’s Total Traffic Network brand. Four construction phases were required for this in-place renovation project which included new furniture and finishes throughout.
Luckett & Farley provided services for this project located in a historic building that was formerly an AT&T headquarters. It is now the new home of Clear Channel’s New York FM operations, a complex consisting of 29 studios. Five stations occupy 120,000 square feet of the second, third and fourth floors. Three of the stations […]
Luckett & Farley provided comprehensive design services for a 68,800sf tenant improvement fit out for general offices, training facilities, performance studio and consisted of consolidating 7 radio stations.
The building resides in a floodplain, requiring special design considerations. Tower site requiring construction around a buried radial grounding system. Originally constructed in 1923, imposing restrictions on the integration of the new construction and the existing structures. Incorporates concrete,masonry, steel, EIFS, landscaping and building access considerations for an elevated building. Building occupied by the administrative, […]
Luckett & Farley provided design services for a 58,000 square feet Renovation of one floor of a high rise building for the relocation of 9 radio stations.
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