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Green Bay Titletown District

ROSSETTI developed the Titletown District master plan for the Green Bay Packers to provide tailgating experiences on game day, while creating a destination district for the community. The design strategy focused on vibrancy of the public realm, and let the commercial elements play a supporting role. Phase I of the master plan is currently underway, which includes Hinterland Brewery + Restaurant and a sledding hill complete with coffee shop and green roof.

FORD FIELD

The $100M Ford Field Renovation Project is a comprehensive re-envisioning of the fan experience throughout the stadium. As the architects of the original stadium in 2002, The Detroit Lions partnered with ROSSETTI to upgrade their hospitality spaces in order to align with the changing local marketplace and demographics, as well as better utilize space within the stadium. A total of 210,000 square feet of space, ranging from large social clubs to suites and loges, was renovated in place or completely reconfigured just in time to kick off the 2017 football season. 

USTA Arthur Ashe Stadium

Every August for the US Open, Arthur Ashe Stadium hosts elite tennis athletes, crowds of fans, and sponsors for a two week period at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. The stadium was not designed to have a roof. For five consecutive years, rain hindered the play during the US Open, causing United States Tennis Association (USTA) to search for a solution that would shield the court and spectators from rain.

Rossetti + Renne named Power Players

In the inaugural Power Players section, SportsBusiness Journal recognizes the top 50 leaders in facility design and construction. From architects and engineers to construction firms and owner’s reps, they bring dreams to reality. ROSSETTI's Matt Rossetti and Jim Renne were chosen to be part of this team based on their influence in the industry, the scope of their work, and how they re-imaging the live event experience.

Daytona International Speedway

ROSSETTI transformed Daytona International Speedway into the first motorsports stadium in the world. It opened to rave reviews from fans, sponsors, drivers and the media during the Daytona 500 in February. Find out how ROSSETTI's designers reimagined this iconic venue to create innovative fan experiences and a new value proposition for corporate partners.

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