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McCoy Stadium

Pawtucket, Rhode Island

Originally built in 1942, McCoy Stadium is home to the Pawtucket Red Sox, the AAA branch of the Boston Red Sox. RGB served as associated architect with the design-build firm Ahlborg/Heery to renovate and expand the stadium to meet professional baseball regulations and to enhance fan accommodations.

In addition to architectural design and civil engineering, RGB provided the expressive drawings that were used in the Paw Sox public relations and communications efforts. The Associated Press and other media outlets used RGB's images to add enhance reporting of stadium news.

Seats for 3,000 fans were added, bringing the available seating to 10,000. The stadium also received a new field, support facilities, enlarged clubhouses, training facilities, and heated dugouts. The reorganized concourse, food concessions, and the elevated berm offering picnic and seating areas around the entire outfield perimeter were designed to exceed ADA requirements.

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