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Raymond James Stadium & Club Level Suites Expansion

MMC Contractors performed all plumbing work for the Raymond James Stadium when it was initially constructed for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1998. The installation included several miles of drainage and water piping, more than 2,000 individual plumbing fixtures including those in locker rooms, individual suites and lounges as well as public restrooms.

The initial construction of this state-of-the-art facility included a 65,000 seat stadium ) which included 103 luxury suites, (expandable to 75,000 seats), 10,000 club level seats, a natural grass field and video replay boards in both end zones.

In December 2000, MMC Contractors completed a major expansion of the facility including end zone remodel, installing plumbing and fixtures in 28 additional VIP suites; just in time to host Super Bowl XXXV.

Raymond James Stadium is home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the University of South Florida Bulls and hosts the New Year’s Day Outback Bowl as well as numerous outdoor concerts and special events. The circumference of the stadium is more than 1/2 mile if you walk around the main concourse level, the building measures 1.65 million square feet on a 19.2 acre footprint.

Additional Project Information:

Square Feet: 16,500,000
Project Location: Tampa, Florida
General Contractor: Huber Hunt & Nichols / Metric Constructors Joint Venture
Project Owner: Tampa Bay Sports Authority
Project Architect: Populous (formerly HOK Sports)
Field Office: Kansas City

"MMC Contractors was the plumbing subcontractor employed by Hunt Construction Group for the construction of Raymond James Stadium, which was completed in September of 1998. Recently a warranty issue arose and MMC sent their forces to correct the situation. The personnel conducted themselves professionally and promptly corrected the items requiring their attention. We would recommend MMC and we were impressed with their long-term commitment to their original installation and customer service. (2010) "
-Mickey Farrell - Director of Operations, Tampa Sport Authority