July 26, 2016

Case Study: Barton Malow Transforms Daytona International Speedway

Daytona International Speedway® (DIS) is so massive that fifteen of Florida’s other stadiums can simultaneously be placed within it. The track is so long, the curvature of the earth had to be accounted for when planning construction on the surrounding stadium. And even under construction, the track couldn’t take a year off – iconic races, like the DAYTONA 500, could not be moved.

From the beginning planning stages in 2010 to final turnover in January 2016, Barton Malow and their design partner, ROSSETTI Architects, tackled the challenge of executing the first comprehensive, $400 million renovation the venue has experienced since its construction in 1959, transforming the iconic site from a grandstand into the world’s first motorsports stadium. The project, coined DAYTONA Rising, broke ground in July 2013 and generated upwards of 150,000 electronic files from Barton Malow’s side alone.

Learn how digital document management and collaboration made the iconic DAYTONA Rising project possible while introducing communication transparency into the process.