Steel & Concrete Construction

Fabricated and erected by Walters Group from Hamilton, Ontario and New York City, the 110 pieces of curved ten (10) inch, “Primary” steel tubes and straight eight (8) inch, “Secondary” steel tubes have now been assembled and erected on the Chrysalis’s concrete foundation consisting of nine (9) concrete piers, tied together by a concrete structural diaphragm that serves as the sub-floor for the Stage. 92 bolts secure the 23 steel legs that sit on top of the piers. The clear span steel structure, composed of nine (9) asymmetric open arches, is 50 feet tall, 108 feet wide, and 60 feet deep.


The (7) Covered Triangles of Howard County

The steel is up and the Chrysalis is on track to be completed this year