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Catalogue excerpts

Sports Venues Volume 1 Opening Glass Walls that Perform When Closed

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Trusted to be Included in over One Hundred Sports Venues Installed at over 100 stadiums throughout North America, NanaWall is the experienced leader in providing solutions for stadium projects. We provide extensive “Concept to Completion” evaluations for each sports venue project. Our experienced Dedicated Design Team can help determine the right configuration and also assist in design objectives. We welcome and can accommodate specialized design challenges. We are versed in aspects of sports venue design and construction. Over the past few years, NanaWall Systems has been part of more national...

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Why NanaWall for Stadium and Arena Applications Large Opening Glass Walls for Luxury Boxes, Suites, and Dining Areas NanaWall Systems’ innovative operable glass walls create exclusive and unique suite facades, suite space divisions, restaurant entrances, and attractive fan areas but expand the usability of these areas far beyond gameday. Contents Luxury Suites Citi Field | New York Mets Amway Center | Orlando Magic Lincoln Financial Field | Philadelphia Eagles Citizens Bank Park | Philadelphia Phillies BC Place | Winter Olympics 2010 New York Yankees Stadium AT&T Park | San Francisco Giants Stadium...

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Luxury Suites Citi Field | New York Mets While Citi Field, the Mets stadium has 15,000 fewer seats than its predecessor Shea Stadium, it has more of everything else: more space, more amenities, and more ways to find your seat faster. While Shea was industrial in feel, Citi Field recalls the façade and entry rotunda of the historic Ebbets Field, home of the Brooklyn Dodgers. Clad in brick, limestone, granite, and cast stone, the supporting steel behind is painted dark blue. “We used NanaWall for one level of suites behind home plate and the ‘party suites,’ which can be opened up and combined. The...

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Luxury Suites Amway Center | Orlando Magic The 18,500-seat arena that opened in late 2010 has 327 suite boxes, 1,428 club seats, and 66 new luxury suites, along with many other attractions and foodservice venues. The Amway Center has an assortment of mid-level luxury and club seating, located just below the upper bowl. The suites—and their nearby banquet center —were envisaged for maximum functionality and appeal, but also to best capture the drama of their close proximity to the action.   The interior architects considered the NanaWall Frameless Opening Glass Wall SL25 all-glass system, which...

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Luxury Suites Lincoln Financial Field | Philadelphia Eagles Iconic in its design, “The Linc” goes far beyond the typical, traditional bowl design. The $512 million stadium welcomes fans with a dramatic steel roof of jutting beams and three open-plaza corners, which serve as both entryways and opening for views both to the city and into the stadium. Well beyond structurally distinctive, the stadium has 172 luxury suites located above and below the club seating level, all with a different look. “A ‘presidential’ suite level was slipped in as an afterthought by the owners, with a private club/bar...

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Luxury Suites Citizens Bank Park | Philadelphia Phillies This $346 million open-air ballpark occupies a prominent site in Philadelphia, with the city’s name spelled out in 12 bays along the multi-story building’s primary façade. Inside the park and between the foul poles are seventy-two luxury suites, raised 13 feet above the main concourse. According to Steven Ziegler, project architect with Ewing Cole Cherry Brott, the Phillies asked for the suites to be “completely open to the field.” The solution split the suites into two sections, one indoors with four seats across and one outside with two...

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Luxury Suites BC Place | Winter Olympics 2010 When Vancouver, British Columbia in Canada was chosen as the site for the 2010 Winter Olympics, it was only natural that BC Place Stadium, home of some the city’s greatest sports history, was selected to host the opening and closing ceremonies. But that required the 25-year old stadium, which is nestled in the heart of Vancouver, to a get a major facelift both inside and out. Everything from a fabric retractable roof, to corporate luxury suites, new seats and concession stands had to be installed. We chose the NanaWall SL25 system because NanaWall...

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Luxury Suites New York Yankees Stadium The $1.6 billion, 51,000-seat stadium features a classic exterior surround of Indiana limestone, granite, and cast stone, with high, narrow arched openings and grand neoclassical entry portals. As Populous Senior Principal Earl Santee says, “People want to see a traditional sport like baseball played in a traditional building.” “People want to see a traditional sport like baseball played in a traditional building—but inside, this is the most technologically advanced ballpark I know.” Earl Santee, Populous Senior Principal However, inside it’s a modern ballpark....

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Luxury Suites AT&T Park | San Francisco Giants Stadium In 2008, San Francisco’s AT&T Park was named “Sports Facility of the Year” by Sports Business Journal eight years after opening. The Populous design is a “classic urban ballpark with an old-time feel and all the amenities of a modern ballpark.” Part of the award goes to Hubbard Godfrey Architects, designers of The McCovey Loft and the Legends Club, which were added last year. McCovey Loft “was conceived as an urban loft nestled within the famed right-field brick arcade,” according to the architects. An interior mezzanine viewing level with...

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Luxury Suites US Cellular Field Chicago White Sox NanaWall Aluminum Framed Thermally Broken Single Track Sliding System HSW60 35 panels, 135 foot segmented curved Architect: 360 Architecture 29 30

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