Kauffman Stadium is a 40,933-seat Major League Baseball stadium and home to the Kansas City Royals. Built in 1968, the stadium was built specifically for baseball. It is often referred to as one of the best examples of modernist stadium design.
Kauffman Stadium underwent a $250 million renovation following the 2007 season. Construction was completed in July 2009. Renovations to the park included a new high-definition scoreboard, outfield concourse, restaurant, hall of fame and conference center, wider concourses, new ticket gates and press facilities.
In 2012, the Major League Baseball awarded Kauffman Stadium with the 2012 All-Star Game.
Virtual Building Logistics performed Mechanical and Electrical Modeling and Design Coordination on the project.
Kansas City Royals
Kivett and Myers, BDC Engineers, Sharp-Kidde-Webb JV
- Mechanical Modeling
- Electrical Modeling
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