Fans of the Boston Red Sox have new seating options for 2016’s major league baseball season at Fenway Park – thanks in part to AHA Consulting Engineers.
In fact, because of the firm’s successful engineering approach to a seating and suite addition at the park, 258 additional fans can experience the excitement of a major league baseball game at one of America’s favorite ballparks. Just book your ticket for the new 222-seat right-field pavilion, where AHA delivered the plumbing and electrical engineering design solution. Or book the new 36-person Infiniti Suite, where AHA’s mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire alarm design expertise is evident. Here, fans can comfortably enjoy America’s past time from both indoor and outdoor seating while eating hotdogs and enjoying cocktails in the en-suite kitchenette. And they get their own private restroom away from pesky opposing team fans.
But this isn’t AHA’s first visit to Fenway. The firm has been leading renovations and expansions at the park since 2009. Recent renovation projects include: the Royal Rooters visitors’ clubhouse and restroom addition, right-field roof and monster corner expansions, first-base deck concessions, third-base deck bar and concession area, media and press level renovations and visitor and home team locker rooms.
Basically, if you’ve been to Fenway in the last seven years, you’ve witnessed AHA’s proven experience delivering high-performing, HVAC, lighting, plumbing and fire alarm systems in one of the best ballparks in the nation. The firm’s portfolio includes similar projects that improve fan experiences and entertainment venues across the country.