We often say, Flyhouse specializes in the unusual requests of the rigging world, finding extraordinary solutions for seemingly impossible situations. Our collaboration with Kinetic Light, an internationally-recognized disability arts ensemble developing their first aerial work, gave us the opportunity to dream up rigging solutions as creative and powerful as the artists using them. First, more […]
Moody Center officially opened on The University of Texas campus in April with concerts by John Mayer, George Strait and Willie Nelson. The 530,000 square foot venue is also home to the Texas Longhorns Women’s and Men’s basketball teams, with a seating capacity of 10,000-15,000. Flyhouse began consulting with the project’s design team in early […]
Seattle’s newly reimagined Climate Pledge Arena at Seattle Center opened last October as the home to the NHL’s Seattle Kraken, and the WNBA Seattle Storm. The 18,000-seat space is also a music venue, with Foo Fighters and Coldplay among its first concerts. As its name implies, the arena is committed to sustainability. Climate Pledge Arena’s […]
15 Days, Contract to Completion Some might think that a seven day lead-time and eight day installation—during an NYC heatwave—for a massive stadium project is a problem. But when Flyhouse was tapped by Far Right Productions to help bring the wildly successful Fortnite World Cup Tournament to life, of course we said yes. For us, it’s […]
Flyhouse was recently featured in the Entertainment Technician Certification Program (ETCP) Industry News section of the spring 2017 newsletter. Our projects at Chesapeake Energy Arena and Shirley Ryan Ability Lab received mention.
The Motor City. Birthplace of Motown. Home to the only floating Post Office in the U.S. Call it what you want, but Flyhouse is setting up shop for a few months in Detroit for a new arena project. The Little Caesar’s Arena, scheduled to open September 2017, will serve as the new home of the Detroit Red […]