Tennessee Titans Announce Complete Architecture and Engineering Team for New Nissan Stadium

The Tennessee Titans announces the complete Architecture and Engineering (A&E) team for the New Nissan Stadium. The stadium project team is comprised of 24 firms, including nine local businesses and 13 disadvantaged business enterprises (DBEs).

“The architecture and engineering team’s role is to bring the stadium vision to life and ultimately deliver the construction plans to the construction manager,” says Adolpho Birch, Titans Senior Vice President and Chief External & League Affairs Officer. “We are tremendously excited by this A&E team, both for its considerable talent and its strong mix of local and diverse perspectives.”

TVS, announced last year as the stadium’s Architect of Record (AOR), will hold all contracts with the subconsultants as they work together through the completion of the stadium design and administration of construction activity.

“TVS is unbelievably proud to be a part of the formidable team bringing this transformational New Nissan Stadium to life,” says Robert O’Keefe, Principal, TVS. “This project is primed to become the premier destination for some of Nashville’s most exciting sports, entertainment and community events for decades to come.”

The complete design team includes:

  • TVS – Atlanta, Georgia
    Architect of Record (AOR), Interior Design Documentation
  • Manica – Kansas City, Kansas*

Lead Design Architect

  • Community Solutions by Design – Nashville, Tennessee*
    Architectural Associate, Interiors, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FF&E), Façade, waterproofing and window wall consultant
  • Culture Architecture and Design – Nashville, Tennessee*

Architectural Associate, Interiors and FF&E

  • Downstream – Portland, Oregon
    Branding and theming, experiential graphics and wayfinding signage
  • DFH Services – Nashville, Tennessee*
    Plumbing­ Engineering
  • Ed Roether – Louisburg, Kansas*
  • EOA Architects – Nashville, Tennessee*
    Architectural Associate, Interiors and FF&E
  • EP Atelier – Los Angeles, California*
    Interior Design Consulting
  • Hawkins Partners – Nashville, Tennessee*
    Landscape Architecture
  • HLB Lighting Design – Miami, Florida*
    Specialty Lighting
  • Howe Engineers – Norwell, Massachusetts*
    Code and Life Safety
  • Lloyd – Tempe, Arizona
    Stadium Field Consulting
  • Logan Patri Engineering – Nashville, Tennessee*
    Structural Engineering
  • McCoy Design – Nashville, Tennessee*
    Wayfinding Signage
  • ME Engineers – Golden, Colorado

Telecom Infrastructure, Converged Network/IT Systems, Security Systems, Distributed Antenna Systems

  • Momentum Transport Consultancy – London, United Kingdom
    Spectator Movement (Legion Model)
  • Persohn Hahn – Tomball, Texas
    Vertical Transportation
  • RaganSmith – Nashville, Tennessee
    Civil Engineering
  • S2O – Chicago, Illinois*
    Food Service Facility Design
  • Simpson Gumpertz & Heger – Washington, D.C.
    Building Enclosure Consultant
  • Smith Seckman Reid – Nashville, Tennessee
    MEP-FP Engineering, Sustainability, LEED
  • Walter P Moore – Kansas City, Missouri
    Structural Engineering, Parking Specialist, Secure Design/Blast, Enclosure Engineering for ETFE Roof
  • WJHW – Carrollton, Texas
    AV, LED, Broadcast, Sound, General Acoustics, and Noise Control

*Designates that firm holds a DBE certification

The New Nissan Stadium will be built on the east side of the current stadium campus, along Nashville’s east bank of the Cumberland River. Features of the building include: a circular translucent roof; exterior porches with panoramic views of Nashville; improved sightlines for all spectators through a range of diverse seating experiences; and a 12,000 square foot community space available for use year-round. A waitlist for those interested in PSLs for the new stadium is now open at NewNissanStadium.com.

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