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Home of the Green Bay Packers, the iconic NFL stadium selected Crestron to replace and upgrade lighting controls to create an advanced lighting automation system across the facility.
Powered by its AER-Force technology, AERAS drones release a uniform output of droplets to create a disinfecting barrier along grounded surfaces.
Home to the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers and the AHL Cleveland Monsters, the venue welcomes close to two million guests annually, and this is part of an ongoing commitment to an inclusive environment.
For most Americans surveyed, sitting too close to other spectators was a factor impacting their decision to return to stadiums for sporting events.
Built in 1914, Wrigley Field has been the home of the Chicago Cubs since 1916. Today, the U.S. Department of the Interior recognizes the significant role the ballpark has played in Chicago and professional sports.
Facilities in all sectors are tackling COVID-19 and other infectious agents by demonstrating capability and compliance with 20 key program elements of this Global Biorisk Advisory Council program.
Home of the Philadelphia Eagles, the stadium has been credited with this accreditation that recognizes commitment to facility security, safety, and overall preparedness.
A turf management major from Auburn University was selected as the winner of the 2019 Toro Super Bowl Sports Turf Training Program.
Wilson Morgan, winner of this year’s Toro Super Bowl Sports Turf Training competition, is in Atlanta preparing the field at Mercedes-Benz Stadium for the big game.
A LED retrofit could have kept the lights on during Super Bowl XLVII in 2013, preventing the blackout that halted play for more than a half-hour.
A partnership between the U.S. Bank Stadium management team and others aims to recover at least 90% of the waste generated at the facility during the Super Bowl on February 4.
A nationally televised football game was put on hold twice as facilities staff worked to identify the cause of a stadium wide power outage.