Structure Type: Stadium grandstand canopy structure
Project Scope:
Project Size: 24,750 sqft
Location: Frisco, Texas
Completion Date: 2018
Market Segment: Sports Facilities
Owner: Frisco Soccer LP
General Contractor: Manhattan Construction
Architect: HKS

Photo credits: Gary Taylor

Part of a $40 million renovation at Toyota Stadium, the National Soccer Hall of Fame is a public-private partnership among FC Dallas, the City of Frisco, Frisco Independent School District and U.S. Soccer Federation.

Project Highlights

  • A 24,750 square-foot roof structure that will cover almost 3,000 premium seats
  • Expanded, multiuse game day locker rooms featuring 200 lockers
  • Two field-level player tunnels that allow teams to exit separately through fan areas
  • The Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Bar – a club space with casual food and beverage options that overlooks the glass-enclosed press conference area and locker room exit tunnels
  • Banquet space in the Hall of Fame club area which provides an elevated food and beverage experience that can accommodate seated events up to 700 guests
  • 3,000 square-foot FC Dallas store that will also offer soccer-specific merchandise
  • 1,389 square feet of additional video boards, including two in-stadium boards, which will increase the Toyota Stadium video board footprint to approximately 7,512 square feet or slightly larger than two NBA-regulation basketball courts

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