Oakley-Lindsay Center

The Oakley-Lindsay Center, A Performing Arts and Convention Center consists of an Expo Hall, Auditorium, including “Back of House” functions for the Community Theatre, Break-out Conference Room space, Administrative Office space and “not-for-profit” Office space.  All these functions are successfully meeting the needs of Quincy for a multi-purpose activity center, but more importantly, it has met the economic stimulus goals that were established in the very early planning of the complex.

Project Information:

Cost: $9,500,000


McClain-Kent Expo Hall

  • 29,520 sq. ft. clear span
  • Divides to 2 or 3 expo halls
  • 3500 concert seating, 2000 for banquets

Conference Rooms

  • Four meeting rooms
  • Can be opened to two rooms

Performing Arts Theatre

  • Auditorium seating 500
  • Theatrical lighting and audio
  • Back stage drive-up

Square footage: 98,000 S.F.

Occupied: 1993

Client Contact: Mr. Jeff Jansen


Project Team:

Tony Crane, AIA Architect
Martin Meyer, AIA Architect
Randy Penn Interiors 
Richard Walz Mechanical
Joel Peck Electrical
Dale Wuestenfeld