Since 1960, Beaver Stadium has been the home field for the Nittany Lions. Barton Malow, along with joint venture partner, Alexander, underwent a number of renovations, expanding the venue’s seating capacity to fit even more Penn State fans.
The project consisted of the addition of new luxury skyboxes and VIP suites on the east sideline; the addition of 6,000 new general seats and 4,000 new club seats in the south endzone expansion; an All-Sports Museum and club lounge in the south endzone; renovation of the home team locker room and media room; and improvements to spectator amenities and circulation.
In addition, the team collaborated together again in 2011 and added storage rooms, bathrooms, new ADA compliant seating, and major underground storm and sanitary utility upgrades.
A Dedicated Team
Penn State has described this project as a major success, due mostly to the great dedication and hard work of Barton Malow/Alexander project team in collaboration with Penn State and Moody Nolan. Their confidence in the team was so high that Penn State increased our Scope of Work with Owner-requested changes by over 20%. The increased scope included a brand-new gate/concourse, a large electrical upgrade re-feeding the north Endzone buildings, and a complete re-paving underneath the bowl just two months before substantial completion.