Walla Walla, Washington, September 1, 2011 - Occasionally, a theatrical specifier will call for a wire tension grid with large steel channel frame modules. Large frame grid structures can actually reduce the light energy that ultimately reaches the performance area below. When these types of grids are specified we typically offer our acclaimed and more efficient SkyDeck system.
When a consultant is adamant about using a channel structure, InterAmerica will engineer and manufacture a tension wire grid that complies with that requirement.

The Harper Joy Theatre at Whitman College is one such tension wire grid (safely engineered and fabricated by InterAmerica Stage) that includes a steel channel into a module framing structure, which is not a typical SkyDeck™ design.

SkyDeck™ tension wire grid provides numerous inherent benefits over alternate grid module designs, with significant tangible advantages such as increased strength capacity combined with reduced frame profile (effectively permitting greater illumination energy to reach the performance area below) by incorporation of our proprietary steel tube/angle configuration.


Channel Grid at Harper Joy Theater


Channel Grid at Harper Joy Theater


Channel Grid at Harper Joy Theater


Channel Grid at Harper Joy Theater