Lambeau Field Redevelopment

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The redevelopment of Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers, included a variety of upgrades and renovations to enhance the fan experience and modernize both front and back of house areas.

Front of house changes included installation of 12,000 additional seats, 6,000 of which are general admission seats in the bowl, expansion of the main concourse, addition of an upper concourse, and installation of additional bathrooms as well as build-out of an atrium area known as "Titletown" that includes the Packer Hall of Fame Museum, an expanded Packer Pro Shop, a Packer themed restaurant and an area for special events. An updated press box, visitors' locker rooms, and updated scoreboard, lighting, and sound systems also contribute to the stadium's redeveloped look and feel.

Back of house changes included expansion of the Packers' home locker room, upgrades to training facilities including the weight room, gymnasium, racquetball courts, Swimex, sauna, whirlpool, X-ray room, and other football operations facilities and administrative offices. 

Lambeau Field won COAA’s Project Leadership 2003 Award in the public category as well as WI Builder Magazine’s 2003 Top Projects and Precast Award at the Architectural Precast Association’s Awards for Design & Manufacturing Excellence.

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