|Country||United States of America|
|Category||Design being implemented|
|Cost||$ 310 million|
|Construction||17/08/2020 - 03/09/2022|
|Construction||Clark Construction Group|
Description: Aztec Stadium
New football (& soccer) stadium of San Diego State University is expected to be built in Mission Valley, on the site of existing Qualcomm Stadium. While the new stadium would be built just west of the old one, Qualcomm is to be demolished in order to make way for surrounding developments. These include 4,500 housing units, 90,000 square feet of commercial space and a 450-room hotel.
The stadium's initial capacity was set at 35,000, which would be sufficient for the demand of SDSU Aztecs football team. It's also enough to house a potential San Diego MLS team.
With very traditional layout, the stadium's main grandstand is located in the west, offering a series of spacious terraces, only partly covered. This is where bulk of the building's hospitality offer will be housed, however an interesting addition is planned behind the south goal, with cascading decks.
Initial layout of the auditorium leaves open the prospect of adding roof over the west and east stands. It also enables expansion to the NFL-desired 65,000 seats, should there be actual need for it.
First cost estimate suggested a price tag of $150 million but already upon the presentation of initial renders it was already changed to a more realistic $250 million. Once the project got going, the budget grew to $310 million.
New construction: Aztec Stadium taking shape fast
Legendary San Dego Stadium, which has witnessed many great football and baseball games, was recently demolished. Meanwhile, in just over a year, its successor will be inaugurated.
USA: SDCCU Stadium’ demolition ongoing
The final days came for the SDCCU Stadium. After over 53 years, a former Major League Baseball ballpark and NFL stadium is now being demolished. It will make space for a new arena.
San Diego: SDSU selects contractor for Mission Valley stadium
With construction partner in place, now San Diego State University is looking for the architect who will create their new 35,000-capacity stadium, successor of the aging Qualcomm Stadium.