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University of Wisconsin-Madison Camp Randall Stadium Renovation

Location: Madison, Wisconsin

The 84-year-old Camp Randall Stadium underwent a 4-year $109.5 million renovation. JSD performed existing conditions surveys, and construction layout for the project. Field work consisted of collecting electronic data of existing topography and utilities features. The data was used to develop AutoCAD base maps for architectural design of the proposed expansions and public improvements. JSD staff worked with the physical plant supervisors to obtain all utility information within project limits, and added private underground utilities to the survey map. Staff provided detailed drawings of steam tunnel vaults, water pits, communication vaults, and electrical vaults.

The goal for the renovation was to transform the stadium into a safe, accessible and technologically advanced facility with increased capacity, an intimidating game day atmosphere, and improved customer service. Total seating capacity increased from 76,746 to 80,321. Total square footage increased to 319,000-square feet, including 84,540-square feet that underwent renovation. The stadium has been host to UW football games, outdoor concerts, Drum Corps International, Green Bay Packer exhibition games, and other large public events. Work was performed for the State of Wisconsin, Department of Administration (DOA).

  • Rendering provided by Berners-Schober Associates