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Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts & Science

Project Specs

Location: Lubbock, TX
Architectural Partners: Diamond Schmitt Architects
General Contractor: Lee Lewis Construction

Scope of Work

Decorative glass railing, curved glass railing, guardrails for central custom spiral feature stair


Built to honor and continue the legacy of pioneering musician and Lubbock, TX-native Buddy Holly, the Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Science seeks to revolutionize performing arts, entertainment, and education. The 220,000 square foot campus features a main theater, a studio theater, event space, dining options, and a ballet academy - all under one roof.

The multi-purpose nature of the venue caters to audiences of all varieties and allows everyone, from opera-goers to jazz aficionados, to feel welcome and comfortable. Both theaters feature an NC-15 acoustic rating to allow renowned and emerging artists the opportunity to perform in a space with world-class sound.

downward view of white spiral stairs
The Main Auditorium