Madison Square Garden Transformation

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Having built the original Madison Square Garden in 1962, Turner completed a full-scale renovation of the facility. This fast-track renovation, completed in 41 months, took place over four consecutive summers to accommodate Madison Square Garden's on-going event operations.

Using the Garden's original footprint, the scope of work included a redesigned Seventh Avenue entrance, restoration of the world-famous ceiling, comfortable seating with improved sight lines, and wider and more spacious public concourses featuring seating areas and views of the city.  In addition, Turner installed updated lighting, sound, and high definition video systems, entertainment and bar areas overlooking the arena, 68 improved mid-level suites both in size and proximity to the arena's floor, 20 floor-level suites, improved dressing rooms, locker rooms, production rooms and production offices for athletes and performers, and an upper level with a fan and group sales party deck with bars and buffets.

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