Doak Campbell Stadium
|Country||United States of America|
|Clubs||Florida State Seminoles|
|Cost||$ 85 mln|
|Design||Elliott Marshall Innes Architects|
|Contractor||Childers Construction Company|
Doak Campbell Stadium – design description
The scheme includes a thorough revamp of existing facilities at Doak Campbell Stadium, including renovation of all the seating bowl, upgrade of 100 skyboxes, a new giant screen in the north, but most importantly, a large structural change on the south end.
In the south, two tiers of regular seating are replaced with two balconies for corporate clients. This means a major improvement of some 6,000 seats, which will also benefit from major infrastructure improvement. As much as 70,000 square feet (6,500 square meters) of air-conditioned floor space is created behind the seating, available also for non-matchdays. On top of that a 34,000 sq ft shaded terrace, the only large covered area of the stadium.
Behind the south end two large towers are built, accommodating elevators and staircases, providing independent access to the new corporate zones. Altogether the project will cost almost $85 million.