Designed by HKS Architects of Dallas, TX, the Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park in Inglewood, CA is set to become the new home of the Los Angeles Rams, a National Football League (NFL) team. The stadium, a 3-million square foot multi-purpose venue, is set to open for the 2020 NFL football season.
The architects of the project were adamant on applying the Ashford Formula to the precast seating areas of the stadium, a specification procured as a result of Rhonda Clinton’s (Ashford Formula representative for Dallas, TX) urging and close relationship with the architectural firm.
Precast concrete supplier, Coreslab, treated nearly 200,000 square feet of seating areas at their local construction yard in Los Angeles under the direction of Ashford Formula representative for Los Angeles, CA, Bruce Silvers. According to Silvers, “Coreslab was impressed with the ease of application after training and decided to keep the application in house.”
Once the application was complete, the precast seating units were trucked 60 miles west to the stadium’s project site in Inglewood, CA where it was set in place with cranes.