Since 2012, Carroll Engineering has provided a variety of structural, civil, and landscape architectural designs for more than 15 renovation projects at M&T Bank Stadium. Built in 1998, the 180,000-SF facility has seen a number of upgrades over the years to increase its lifespan and modernize the fan experience. The most significant of these improvements has been the complete reconfiguration of the stadium’s entrance plaza and RavensWalk, a pedestrian thoroughfare connecting M&T Bank Stadium with Oriole Park at Camden Yards. CEI provided full structural, civil, and landscape architectural services to repave the 975-foot RavensWalk and the entrance plaza, new landscaping, and installation of the commemorative Ray Lewis statue in front of the stadium.
Our additional work at M&T Bank Stadium includes systemic upgrades to the suite-level facilities, upgrades to the stadium lighting, peer review services for an extensive video and sound upgrade renovation of the stadium operations office, an addition to the service level, upgrades to the stadium’s delivery ramp, and construction of a new guard booth.
- To meet environmental standards without sacrificing needed parking, the RavensWalk renovation features the Modular Wetlands System Linear, a stormwater management system that can be installed underground without plants.
- As a pre-game destination, RavensWalk features live music and broadcast pavilions, food and retail spaces, games, and activities. To increase pedestrian security, designs included new metal gateways, universal accessibility, and seat walls.
- In 2017, we provided structural peer review and preconstruction services for a $144 million project to upgrade stadium video displays, sound systems, escalators, and elevators.