tvsdesign chosen among architecture firms for Atlanta Falcons stadium project
This $1 billion stadium, which will replace the 1992-built Georgia Dome, is expected to become a model in sports facility design and will be integrated into the campus of the Georgia World Congress Center and nearby neighborhoods.
tvsdesign's participation in the new stadium project will include site and streetscape design, architectural detailing and structural coordination of the exterior building envelope, hospitality and premium interiors design, and construction administration. tvsdesign is part of a team led by Kansas City’s 360 Architecture, as the lead architecture firm, and joined by two other Atlanta firms, Goode Van Slyke Architecture and Stanley Beaman & Sears.
"To have the opportunity to be involved in such an important landmark project for our home town is the dream of a lifetime," said tvsdesign principal Mark Carter. "This is a team of highly respected and talented professionals, and we’re extremely honored and excited to be joining them."
tvsdesign’s stamp already is on a number of Atlanta’s most recognizable landmarks: the under-construction College Football Hall of Fame, the Georgia Aquarium, the Woodruff Arts Center, Atlantic Station and the Georgia World Congress Center. tvsdesign also created the original master plan and subsequent expansion designs for the Georgia World Congress Center, including the interior remodel in 2007. tvsdesign will draw upon this depth of knowledge about the Georgia World Congress Center campus and downtown Atlanta attractions to help design a stadium that will integrate with the surrounding neighborhoods, streets and destinations.
(Group image above courtesty of Maria Sapporta and the Atlanta Business Chronicle)