• Anaheim Stadium

    Anaheim, CA

    $118M facelift provided extensive renovations to provide a series of luxury suites located behind home plate at dugout level, an outfield extravaganza staging area for spectacles and shows located beyond the center field fence and improvements to the stadium’s approaches, concourses and seating.

    AT&T Park

    San Francisco, CA

    The signature on the bay location of this 42,000-seat ballpark only had about two-thirds the space usually required for a Major League ballpark. The small site required the design team to work with the constraints of a very compact urban footprint and constricted infrastructure.
  • Busch Stadium

    St. Louis, MO

    44,000-seat major league park is the home of the St. Louis Cardinals. The venue includes club seats, 41 party rooms and a view of the Gateway Arch.

    Chase Field Ballpark

    Phoenix, AZ

    Built in a locale with extremely hot summers, this new ballpark was the first retractable roof fully air-conditioned ballpark built in the world.

    Citi Field

    New York, NY

    The firm provided complete mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection design services for the new York Mets MLB stadium which also includes restaurants, concessions, an office building, broadcast facilities, player facilities, central chiller and boiler plants, normal and emergency power.
  • Coors Field

    Denver, CO

    The 50,000-seat MLB park included a central plant and high efficiency system design. The plumbing system incorporated a newly patented winter/summer drain for seating areas in the ballpark, and the fiber optic telecommunication design was the first of its kind to be used in any major professional facility in the U.S.

    Dodger Stadium Renovation

    Los Angeles, CA

    A $150M+ renovation was completed in tightly sequenced and phased construction over off seasons. This included expanded entries, wider concourses, improved concessions, retail, and patron amenities, with team and visitor facility upgrades. The park added new scoreboards, video and ribbon boards, sound system and Wi Fi network as well as upgraded sports lighting and electrical infrastructure.
  • Kauffman Stadium

    Kansas City, MO

    Phased $250 million renovation upgraded amenities and completely replaced MEP and IT systems without disrupting the season.

    Marlins Park

    Miami, FL

    This retractable roof ballpark earned a LEED Gold certification with optimized lighting, mechanical controls, and electrical design which achieved a 22.4%t reduction in energy usage.

    Minute Maid Park

    Houston, TX

    40,981-seat major league park. The park won an ACEC national merit award for a unique design that provided air conditioning for this huge volume with reduced equipment and operating costs. This ballpark was the second fully air-conditioned retractable roof stadium built.
  • Petco Park

    San Diego, CA

    42,440-seat major league park features a design and public park that embraces its mild California coastal location.

    PNC Park

    Pittsburgh, PA

    New 38,000-seat professional ballpark in Downtown Pittsburgh.

    SunTrust Park

    Atlanta, GA

    New 41,000 seat ballpark and a development which includes shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. The Park features the largest canopy in MLB for heat control and high efficiency lighting.

    Target Field

    Minneapolis, MN

    This 40,000-seat professional baseball park has one of the closest seating bowls to the playing field in all of Major League Baseball. Innovative
  • sustainable design measures include high efficiency field lighting, interior lighting and heating/cooling and ventilation equipment. LEED Silver certified.

    Washington Nationals Park

    Washington DC

    The first professional stadium to achieve LEED certification with features including a complete building management system, high-efficiency field lighting which uses 20% less energy than traditional field lighting, low-flow plumbing fixtures which reduce water consumption by 30%, and using air-cooled chillers instead of water-cooled chillers, saving an additional 6 million gallons of water each year. LEED Silver certified. ME Engineers also provided LEED Commissioning for this project.
  • Yankee Stadium

    New York, NY

    Provided complete mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection design services for the project which includes a new stadium, new restaurants, concessions, office space, broadcast facilities, player facilities, central chiller and boiler plants, normal and emergency power.