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VBL Case Study

The Sprint Center
Kansas City, MO

Sprint Center

The Sprint Center

Project Size:

693,000 Square Feet

Project Description:

The Sprint Center is a large, multi-use indoor arena in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. The arena was a key feature in the city’s recent redevelopment effort.

A unique feature of the Sprint Center is the outside facade, which is constructed entirely of glass. The indoor arena includes state-of-the-art electronics and a 360-degree LED video screeen. The building seats 18,000 to 20,000 depending on the venue. It hosts host major league sports, concerts, shows and special events.

The Sprint Center also serves as headquarters to the National Association of Basketball Coaches and the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame.

Virtual Building Logistics worked with City of Kansas City, Downtown Arena Design Team, Mortenson Construction, Walter P Moore, M-E Engineers, Inc. on the project. VBL provided MEP modeling and clash detection.

The project is noted for having been completed ‘on time and on budget.’

Client:

City of Kansas City

Project Partners:

Downtown Arena Design Team, Mortenson Construction, Walter P Moore, M-E Engineers, Inc.

Services Provided:

  • MEP Modeling
  • Clash Detection

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