Crawford Architects to redevelop Aloha Stadium



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Crawford Architects has been selected for the redevelopment and revitalization of the 100-acre Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii according to an announcement on their official website.

The award winning international planning, architecture and interior design firm with headquarters in both the US and Australia, will lead an international team of designers and planners to convert the stadium and its neighboring area into a sports and entertainment district.

Stacey Jones, Senior Principal, Crawford Architects said, “Our team is excited to bring our world-class expertise in planning and urban design to the Aloha Stadium project. We look forward to collaborating and exploring many options to create an extraordinary solution for the stadium and the adjacent neighborhood.”

Opened in 1975, the Aloha Stadium is the home to the University of Hawaii’s Rainbow Warriors football team and hosts the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s (NCAA) Hawaii Bowl. The venue also hosts numerous high school football games during the season, large concerts and events. A swap meet in the stadium’s parking lot draws large crowds to the venue.

The 50,000-capacity stadium, which has been used for sporting events like baseball, rugby and soccer, will be redeveloped to offer multiple seating arrangements and field formations, with commercial development around the stadium.

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