Lila Cockrell Theatre Case study
Fabric Air Ducting was used to remodel Lila Cockrell Theater in San Antonio, TX. One of the challenges that engineers faced in this project was uneven air distribution. Performers were very sensitive to the draft generated by a conventional system, as well as a noise created by air moving the curtains during a performance. The old air dispersion system had not circulated enough air to the spectators either. FabricAir air distribution systems provided ventilation and air-conditioning for the entire theater, keeping both performers and the audience comfortable. City of San Antonio has nothing but praise and gratitude for the creative FabricAir solution.
The FabricAir engineering team assisted in the creation of multiple fabric air dispersion systems for the Chelsea Piers Connecticut sports and fitness facility.
In the summer of 2012, the FabricAir team visited the Chelsea Piers Connecticut sports and fitness facility in Stamford, Connecticut, to view the 1,800+ feet of FabricAir fabric duct installed and interview those involved in the selection of the system. FabricAir air dispersion systems were installed in several rooms of the facility including soccer fields, tennis and basketball courts, batting cages, ice rinks, and more. Engineers on the project enjoyed working in concert with the FabricAir Engineering team, contractors appreciated the ease of installation, and the management loved the aesthetic appeal of the colorful duct installed throughout the facility.
FabricAir challenges the assumption that fabric ducts don’t last as long as sheet metal ducts by visiting Europe’s largest pork exporter Danish Crown located in Blans, Denmark. FabricAir ducts provide superior air distribution in every room of the meat processing facility and have done so since 1977. FabricAir ducts
Elizabeth Aqua dome in South Australia