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University of Michigan Stadium

The 3rd largest stadium in the world

Already known as the third largest stadium in the world because of its capacity, Michigan Stadium, the "Big House," is being renovated and expanded. The work, totaling $226M, will increase the seating capacity to over 108,000.

As one of the major players in this transformation, Beaubois will bring its legendary performance to delivering furniture and architectural woodwork elements to cross the goal lines, in this case, schedule and quality.

The firm will fit up all the suites, press room, elevators, lobby, reception and food service areas and will also re-cover the numerous columns of the entire stadium. It will bring glass, stainless steel and granite together with wood - a winning combination!

All this work has been planned down to the last detail so that scheduled activities and matches can take place as planned. On the program:
• 83 new suites
• more than 3,000 new seats
• enlarging the corridors and seats
• replacing the bleachers
• construction of a new press room, new food service areas, foyers and washrooms.

The National Collegiate Athletic Association team, the Michigan Wolverines, will move forward in a stadium where the new seating capacity may enable new attendance records to be set because, before the renovations, matches regularly drew more than 111,000 fans. That's even more impressive when one notes that the city of Ann Arbour, where the stadium is located, has a population of 114,000. This will provide enormous visibility for Beaubois' exceptional achievements.



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