TCU Amon Carter Stadium Modernization
Built in 1930, Amon G. Carter Stadium had not undergone a major renovation since 1956. The renovation allowed TCU to enhance the game day experience for all fans by improving accessibility and crowd flow, enhancing seating to provide better views of the field, and significantly improving concession stands, elevators, restrooms and lighting.
The re-developed Amon G. Carter Stadium features suites, club seats and improved fan amenities in many areas – new and more comfortable seating, wider concourses, new and improved restrooms and concessions areas, handicap accessible accommodations, elevators and escalators to move patrons among levels, new lighting and a new press box. The renovated stadium is LEED Silver-certified.
Sports/Public Assembly, Landmark Projects, University/Education