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Kansas Unified Development, LLC
342,105 sq. ft.
Supply Chain Management
This MLS-specific stadium located adjacent to Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, KS, is a multi-use venue built to accommodate MLS’s Sporting Kansas City soccer team. The stadium encompasses 342,105 sq. ft., with 37 luxury suites and a seating capacity of 18,500. In addition, the multi-use venue has a section of removable seating that allows the stadium to accommodate upwards of 25,000 people for concerts and other events. The stadium’s design was built around two key elements: the architectural metal fins on the building’s façade and the roof canopy. The fins were incorporated into the design as a representation of the movement of the players on the field. The roof canopy is a sloping corkscrew towards the field, designed to emulate the movement of the ball. The roof, which covers every seat in the stadium, also has clear polycarbonate sections, which create an aesthetic element to the stadium and allow sunlight through for turf growth.
The stadium was built around two key elements; the architectural metal fins on the building’s façade and the roof canopy. The fins were incorporated into the design as a representation of the movement of the players on the field. The roof canopy is a sloping corkscrew towards the field, designed to emulate the movement of the ball. The roof, which covers every seat in the stadium, has clear polycarbonate sections which not only create an aesthetic element to the stadium, but also allow sunlight through for turf growth. What sets this project apart from most stadiums is the speed in which it was constructed. The original construction plan was scheduled for 22 months, however, the schedule was condensed to just 16 months. To accomplish this monumental task, both design and construction had to be expedited to meet the revised schedule in time for the first season to start.