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Hi-Desert Cultural Center hires Stoker Construction, Inc. to complete regional cultural arts center

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PHOTO CAPTION (FROM LEFT): Hi-Desert Cultural Center (HDCC) Board Treasurer Jim Lawless, HDCC Board President Jarrod Radnich, Stoker Construction, Inc. owners Mark Stoker and Clint Stoker, and HDCC Playhouse Artistic Director Howard Shangraw review some of the final construction plans for the Hi-Desert Cultural Center. PHOTO CREDIT: Anne Sholtz, HDCC Board Member and CFO.
PHOTO CAPTION (FROM LEFT): Hi-Desert Cultural Center (HDCC) Board Treasurer Jim Lawless, HDCC Board President Jarrod Radnich, Stoker Construction, Inc. owners Mark Stoker and Clint Stoker, and HDCC Playhouse Artistic Director Howard Shangraw review some of the final construction plans for the Hi-Desert Cultural Center. PHOTO CREDIT: Anne Sholtz, HDCC Board Member and CFO.
JOSHUA TREE, CA — The Hi-Desert Cultural Center has hired Stoker Construction, Inc. to complete the extensive renovations on the regional arts center’s main campus this season.  With funding fully achieved and after a year of finalizing the new floor plans to include a dramatic expansion of the regional theater, the area’s flagship venue will feature a greatly widened ground floor for expanded audience seating, a new second story mezzanine complete with box seating, and a near doubling of the stage width, among other major enhancements.
In addition to commercial construction projects, Stoker Construction, Inc. has the esteemed reputation of building some of the finest homes in the Coachella Valley, including many of the multi-million dollar masterpieces in the prestigious BIGHORN Golf Club above El Paseo Drive.
“Stoker Construction is a locally-based, family-owned company known for its exceptional artistry, professionalism, and attention to detail,” stated Hi-Desert Cultural Center Board President Jarrod Radnich.  “These shared traits made them the perfect choice to be selected to rebuild the man-made crown jewel of our Joshua Tree National Park communities.”
Initial artist renderings of the approx. 340 seat theater will be released and included in the Cultural Center’s new upcoming season brochure, which will also feature information on the Cultural Center’s new 15,280 sq/ft Yucca Valley Visual & Performing Arts Center.  Significant naming/recognition opportunities are available, and local contractors and artists are encouraged to contact Stoker Construction for bidding opportunities.  For more information on the Hi-Desert Cultural Center, visit www.HiDesertCulturalCenter.org, join the Cultural Center’s e-newsletter mailing list, or send an email to info@hidesertculturalcenter.org.  For more information on Stoker Construction, Inc., visit www.StokerInc.com



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3 Responses to Hi-Desert Cultural Center hires Stoker Construction, Inc. to complete regional cultural arts center

  1. Branson Hunter
    Branson Hunter September 10, 2017 at 11:19 am

    Wow! When completed what a glorious asset to the Morongo Basin. What a boon to Joshua Tree. This is impressive.

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  2. larrybriggsrealtor@yahoo.com
    larrybriggsrealtor@yahoo.com September 12, 2017 at 8:46 am

    How is this being funded?

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  3. Branson Hunter
    Branson Hunter September 12, 2017 at 5:24 pm

    Go on their webpage. All the finances of this great organization are on line. Funding for the organization comes from donations, grants, fundraisers, performances. The Hi-Desert Cultural Center is recognized in national and international circle. I would guess some donations come in from these sources.

    I’ll help pay for a free seminar where HDCC can educate Theatre 29 mooches insiders how to be self sufficient and free of city funds.

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