Tom Benson Stadium

Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village

3

Story Press Tower

23,000

Capacity

3

Phases

PROJECT TYPE

Specialty

LOCATION

Canton, Ohio

OWNER

HOF Village LLC

ARCHITECT

HKS

Tom Benson Stadium at Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village

NFL-Caliber Stadium is First Key in Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village

The Pro Football Hall of Fame, along with developer Industrial Realty Group, selected Welty to manage the construction of Tom Benson Stadium, the first piece of the Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village.  Phase one of the stadium concluded in August 2016 and included new north stands and pedestrian concourse, a removable stage, and a temporary field.  Phase two encompasses a new 3-story press tower; new south and west grandstands, locker rooms, restrooms, concessions and a new permanent synthetic field turf. Also included in Phase two was the addition of world-class hospitality suites and loges, including Premium and Club-level seating, a VIP Lounge, several luxury suites, West End Zone Event Terraces, and a Sky Level Terrace. Phase two was completed in time for the enshrinement festivities in 2017. Phase three of the stadium includes the east grandstands and will be complete in Summer 2018.

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