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Camp Randall Stadium

Project Description

The addition and renovation project at Camp Randall consisted of an extensive remodeling and expansion to the historic home of the University of Wisconsin Football Program. Expansions included the third-level and fifth-level concourses, as well as 72 luxury suites, 644 club seats, and 300 premium club seats on the new sixth, seventh, and eighth levels. Additional construction included the new athletic office complex in the southeast corner of the stadium, new video scoreboard, sound system, and field lighting.

Major remodeling included the south end-zone seating bowl with a new concourse, restrooms, concessions, and locker rooms. Renovation also extended to the lower west concourse, and included entry gates, rest rooms and concessions, stadium seating bowl changes, cross aisles, four new access portals, lower north end-zone seating, and a tunnel from the field to the McClain Center basement. Additional work on the field included complete replacement of the artificial turf.

This project was completed via a joint venture agreement with C.D. Smith Construction of Fond du Lac, WI.

Project Details

Camp Randall

Stadium Addition and Renovation
Madison, Wisconsin
Owner State of Wisconsin
Selection Negotiated
Architect Bernes-Schobler Associates, Inc.
Timeline July 2004 - December 2006
Size 96,000 (Sq. Ft.) - Addition
56,000 (Sq. Ft.) - Renovation
Contract Format GMP
Self-Performed 23%

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