Nestled in the hills overlooking downtown Los Angeles is one of the crown jewels of major league baseball: Dodger Stadium. It has been the home of Dodger baseball since 1962. As a member of the renovation team, ACCO provided HVAC Design/Assist services and installed the related mechanical equipment.
In January 1999, the Dodgers announced a program of investment and limited renovation to make the stadium more economically competitive with other ballparks across the nation
What ACCO Delivered
As a member of the renovation team, ACCO provided HVAC Design/Assist services and installed the related mechanical equipment.
Each of the 35 new luxury suites is served by a dedicated Carrier package heat pump for complete flexibility in temperature control and energy usage. Custom-programmed Carrier thermostats allow guests to enable the AC system for an 8-hour duration with the push of a button. Additionally, they can adjust the temperature set-points as desired without worrying about accidental programming changes to the base program.
The stadium has maintained much of its original look, but with the completion of the renovation project, Dodger Stadium has more to offer: additional seats, amenities, restaurants and comfort.
Owner: Los Angeles Dodgers
Architect: NBBJ Sports & Entertainment
General Contractor: Gordon & Williams
Mechanical Engineer: Ove Arup & Partners
Mechanical Contractor: ACCO Engineered Systems