July 2017

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July 2017

Industry News

Carnival Cruise Lines

Carnival Cruise Line unveiled “Carnival Studios,” a state-of-the-art 44,500-square-foot rehearsal venue in Davie, Fla., near the company’s Miami headquarters. The space holds eight dedicated music studios, five full-stage dance studios, a training room, a green room and offices for the line’s entertainment department.

Schuler Shook Announces Two Promotions

Paul Whitaker, LEED AP, was promoted to Principal in the firm. Paul first worked in Schuler Shook’s Minneapolis office as an intern and project designer from 1997-1999. He re-joined Schuler Shook in 2006 as a Lighting Designer and Theatre Consultant. He became a Senior Theatre Consultant and Senior Lighting Designer – in 2014.

Jim Hultquist, ASTC, LEED AP, was promoted to Principal in the firm. Jim joined Schuler Shook as a Project Theatre Consultant in 2009, working with Robert Shook to start the firm’s Melbourne office. Jim became a Senior Theatre Consultant in 2012. Jim now leads a team that offers theatre, audio-visual and specialty lighting consulting services.

J.R. Clancy

The J.R. Clancy Training, Inspection, and Maintenance Program (TIM) is designed to keep you compliant with the new ANSI E1.47-2017 standard. J.R. Clancy advocates safer performance specs through its on-going TIM program and sponsorship of USITTs Rigging Safety Initiatives.