Bernards Completes $182.7M Multi-Phase Renovation of Rose Bowl Stadium

PASADENA, CALIF. — Bernards has completed a multi-phase renovation of the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Beginning in 2005 with the renovation of the media center and locker rooms to the latest phases from 2011 to 2016, the City of Pasadena invested more than $182.7 million in the renovation.

Bernards and Barton Malow led the project, in collaboration with Rose Bowl Operating Co., the City of Pasadena and its representatives from Parsons, D’Agostino Izzo Quirk Architects and multiple other design professionals and consultants.

Slated for completion this month, the last phase includes a new wireless building and installation of new infrastructure and antennae to support high-speed cell phone service during events.

Designed by Myron Hunt, the stadium was originally completed in 1922. Renovations include Terry Donahue Pavilion, which includes 54 luxury suites, 48 loge boxes, 1,200 club seats, state-of-the-art press boxes and new broadcast center, as well as self-contained media area; a brick donor plaza; an updated Court of Champions; and enhancements to all the stadium entry gates.

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