Barton Malow

Camping World Stadium Improvements Project

City of Orlando

Expansive view of newly renovated Camping World Stadium featuring club seats and the lower-bowl

Camping World Stadium is Orlando’s home for world-class events like the NFL Pro Bowl, Citrus Bowl, Cheez-It Bowl, Monster Jam, and many other iconic games, concerts, and events. Initially built in 1936, the stadium underwent a significant expansion in 1989, followed by reconstruction of the lower bowl, suite-level renovations in 2014, and, most recently, this renovation and improvement project.  

Our Approach: Collaboration

After a year of collaboration and construction, Barton Malow Builders and The Collage Companies Team are excited to announce the successful completion of the Camping World Stadium Improvement Project. The renovation and improvement project included upgrades to the north endzone seating bowl, modernization of restrooms and concession areas, improvement to the club-house seating, new premium mezzanine clubs on the east and west, and upgrades to the parking lot and building systems. Throughout the work, the City of Orlando and Florida Citrus Sports hosted several events at the stadium. All were held without incident due to specialized safety techniques that separated construction activities, visitors, and staff.  

Performing an extensive renovation within the confines of an existing stadium always presents unique challenges; however, the team, which includes JCB Construction, C2 Advisors, and Provisions Construction & Development, worked together from early planning to construction and throughout closeout to guarantee successful completion of the highest quality. 

The project earned a 2022 Excellence in Construction Eagle Award from the Associated Builders and Contractors Central Florida Chapter.

“After selecting Barton Malow as our Construction Manager, we threw them a curve ball and changed the scope from a single expansion on the north end of the stadium to surgically inserting premium clubs’ spaces and loge box seating sections in between two existing concourse levels on both sides of the stadium. Their team came up with a great game plan and completed the project under our original budget. We were able to use the savings in other areas to improve the stadium’s functionality and game day experience for our guests.”

Steve Hogan, CEO, Florida Citrus Sports