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Eagles Stadium Operator, LLC
Interiors, New Construction
593,980 sq. ft.
Supply Chain Management
Virtual Design & Construction
The majority of the stadium's improvements took place over two off seasons and did not disrupt scheduled activities. Work done over the first off season included entry gate modifications, a new Touchdown Club on the service level, renovation and expansion of the team store, renovation and upgrades to both the main and upper concourses, and suite and suite lounge upgrades.
During the second off season, seating structures were placed in the Northeast, Southwest, and Northwest corners of the stadium. The Northeast and Southwest corners added 500 and 1100 seats respectively. These corners included foundations, four new levels of elevated structure, three levels of seating, three concourse levels with restrooms and concessions, and a sponsor deck level. The Northwest corner has one new level of elevated structure that added 350 seats.
Additional upgrades included the renovation of the East and West Clubs, installation of new scoreboards and ribbon boards, replacement of the existing video production system, an enhanced seating bowl sound system, and replacement of two off-site marquee video systems. Upgrades to the infrastructure included MEP work done to modify and expand the existing system to support all improvements throughout the project.