PCL to build Phase 1 of $300M Toronto stadium renovation | Dump Trucks Charlotte NC
Award: Rogers Centre renovation
Value: $300 million (total project cost)
Clients: Toronto Blue Jays
Edmonton, Canada-based PCL Construction has won the contract and started columbus oh dump truck company on the first phase of the Rogers Centre renovation project.
The Major League Baseball ballpark — home to the Toronto Blue Jays — will see $300 million worth of renovation over the next several years, seeking to modernize the 33-year-old venue. Work will include new social areas and decks to watch games, new seats and updated player amenities. Work will take place over the next several offseasons.
Work on Phase 1 includes demolition, which started in October and ended Nov. 18. PCL removed 17,000 seats from the 500 level of the stadium. The project recycled 2.2 million pounds of materials from the stadium.
New build columbus oh dump truck company has begun, which will include seats to replace those torn out, a players’ family room, weight room and staff locker room at the ground level. Social spaces constructed in the outfield seating area will include patios and bars.
Phase 1 will need to finish before April, when the Blue Jays’ next season begins.
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