Lambeau Field Legendary Home of the Green Bay Packers

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"The Packers truly benefited from the expertise of Ted Leamy and Demetrius Palavos, our main points of contact. They were instrumental in helping me understand enough of the audio technology (very technical) in a non-technical way. This technique was very helpful and..." More

Wayne A. Wichlacz | Information Technology Director,
Green Bay Packers, Inc.

Project: Lambeau Field, WI
Description: NFL Stadium
Team Affiliate: Green Bay Packers
Size/Sq Ft: Large/2.1Million SqFt
Seating capacity: 80,750
Completed: 2013
Scope: Audio, Broadcast, AV systems, Control System, BMS Integration
Project Manager: Ted Leamy & Demetrius Palavos
Superintendent: Jim Kinkella & Jim Carmody


Overwhelming growth in the fan base had stretched the field's capacity to its limits. The goal was to expand capacity and
dramatically enhance the overall audience experience in every aspect of the facility.

• Architectural re-design included new technology for total update of audio/visual infrastructure

• Enclosed original horse shoe shape adding 7,000 seats to south end zone

• Added four premium club & back of house areas & two roof top party decks

• Added large Mitsubishi HD video boards in each end zone

• Added elevator banks in both end zones enhancing fan entry

• Total audio systems upgrade included roof mounted, distributed loudspeaker system replacing
  original point source scoreboard loudspeaker for the main bowl

• Dramatically improved audio performance and intelligibility throughout, especially south end zone
  where high winds adversely affected sound intelligibility.

• Modern audio digital network with fiber installed as backbone of audio transport

• Re-fit amplification system with modern remote controlled & monitored amplifiers,
  and signal processing, plus, digitally controlled audio mixing console

• New digital audio network provides campus wide access to tap into and route audio from the
  control room to any area of the stadium

• Project phased over 2010 - 2014 seasons, ensuring minimal disruption