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Ford Theatre     (Hollywood, CA)


The Pilgrimage Theatre was built in 1920 on land purchased by Author Christine Wetherill Stevenson and Chauncey D. Clark. The wooden outdoor amphitheater burned in 1929 and was replaced with the structure that stands today. The present theatre (1931) was constructed of poured concrete and was designed to resemble the gates of Jerusalem (ancient Judaic architecture). In 1976, the theatre was renamed John Anson Ford Theatre in honor of the late L.A. County Supervisor.



Services


  • Concrete Restoration
  • Restoration Painting

 

Design Team


Owner: Ford Theatre Foundation
Historic Architect: Levin & Associates 
Civil Engineer: Mollenhauer Group
Construction Manager: BRJ & Associates, LLC
General Contractor: Spectra Company
Waterproofing Consultant: Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.

Press


Ford Theatre Website: The Ford has a History 

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