Tina Turner 24-7 World Tour Stage

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Project Overview: 
McLaren was tasked by The Mark Fisher Studio/Private Dancer Productions to provide structural and mechanical engineering services for Tina Turner’s “24/7 World Tour” Stage.
McLaren's Role: 
McLaren provided structural and mechanical analysis and design, dynamic analysis, details and periodic inspection for the Tour Stage. The design included custom staging and a signature boom lift. The lift consisted of a 54 foot long long-arm that rose out of the stage, pivoted over the audience, and translated across the stage with Tina Turner performing at the cantilevered end.
Service: 
Mechanical Engineering
Service: 
Structural Engineering
Location: 
North American & Europe
Client: 
The Mark Fisher Studio, Private Dancer Productions
Project Type: 
Stage Design
Role: 
Prime
Contract Period: 
1999-2000
Construction Cost: 
$4,000,000
Image: 
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Location
North American & Europe

Client
The Mark Fisher Studio, Private Dancer Productions

Our Role
Prime
Project Type
Stage Design

Contract Period
1999-2000

Construction Cost
$4,000,000
Services
Mechanical Engineering
Structural Engineering