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Marlins Ballpark

Location: Miami, Florida, USA
The ballpark, which officially broke ground in July, will be located in the downtown area of “Little Havana,” on the site of the former Miami Orange Bowl. Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria challenged veteran ballpark architecture firm Populous to design a modernist structure. The venue, scheduled to open in 2012 is designed to be breezy and comfortable, with wide concourses and plenty of concession stands for fans to get food and drinks quickly. The state-of-the-art stadium will become the sixth Major League Baseball stadium. The ballpark will have a retractable roof, a natural grass playing field and 37,000 seats, including approximately 3,000 club seats and 60 private suites

Key Project Details

Architect:Populous
Contractor(s):John J Kirlin, Meisner, Nagelbush, NFP; Hunt/Moss, A Joint Venture, in association with MARS Contractors, Inc.
Owner:Miami-Dade County

Value Added

Pinnacle could solve some of the extremely challenging coordination problems related to connecting gallery, corridors and catwalk areas. Pinnacle contributed with lot of insight while finalizing the coordination layout & meeting odd schedules.

Key Project Details

Architect:Populous
Engineer:Bliss and Nyitray
Contractor(s):John J Kirlin, Meisner, Nagelbush, NFP; Hunt/Moss, A Joint Venture, in association with MARS Contractors, Inc.
Owner:Miami-Dade County

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