Fenway Park Right Field Stands
Boston, MA United States | 2009
The original home of the Dallas Cowboys football team, the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas, has recently benefited from a $50 million project adding 28,000 additional seats. The addition of an upper deck in each end zone, completing the oval bowl, has lifted the stadium capacity to the ninth largest in the country.
"...galvanizing the structure would protect the stadium from the unsightly and potentially hazardous effects of corrosion in the exposed outdoor location."
The fabricator, who uses hot-dip galvanized steel for nearly 100% of their projects, knew galvanizing the structure would protect the stadium from the unsightly and potentially hazardous effects of corrosion in the exposed outdoor location. With a capacity of more than 90,000, safety is key, and hot-dip galvanized steel provides superior protection against the corrosion that can leave a stadium structurally unsound.
Quick turnaround was necessary for this project, as a specific delivery schedule had to be met at the job site. More than 200 tons of galvanized steel made this high-profile project a safe, gleaming, attractive place to enjoy Texas football.
Building & Architecture
Recreation & Entertainment
Dallas, TX United States
Stringers and columns for 28,000 seats, stairs and handrails, gates and fences, and new scoreboard structure.
Southern Bleacher Co., Burcamp Steel
AZZ Galvanizing - Crowley
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