Harvard Stadium, built in 1903, was a pioneering execution of reinforced concrete. The stadium is the nation’s oldest permanent concrete structure dedicated to intercollegiate athletics. When routine maintenance, minor expansion, and new handrails for the entire stadium were needed, Harvard turned to hot-dip galvanized steel.
To match the enduring architectural style of Soldiers Field, hot-dip galvanized handrails were chosen for their unmatched durability and timeless aesthetics.
To match the enduring architectural style of Soldiers Field, hot-dip galvanized handrails were chosen for their unmatched durability and timeless aesthetics. From children to grandparents, alongside enthusiastic students, the new handrails will provide support for generations. Also, given the demanding deadline of home-opener, the convenience and speed of hot-dip galvanizing was an ideal selection.
Recreation & Entertainment
Boston, MA United States
Aesthetics, Coating Durability, Corrosion Performance, Ease of Specifying, Initial Cost, Life-Cycle Cost, Prior HDG Experience, Quality of HDG, Sustainability, Turnaround Time
Stadium Rails, Handrails, and Ancillary Supports
Duncan Galvanizing Corp.
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