Waterbury Municipal Stadium

Hospitality & Recreation / Municipal

Architect The S/L/A/M Collaborative
Size 15,000 sq.ft.
Cost $4,000,000

The Municipal Stadium holds 6,000 people and was built in 1930 originally as a dog track which attributes to its unique layout. For example, it only has permanent stands along the first base line, while bleachers lie along the third base side.

CES provided engineering designs for new fire protection, plumbing, mechanical and electrical systems throughout the stadium. Upgrades included a new fire protection service with a wet fire protection system, high efficiency plumbing fixtures and a new connection to the existing irrigation system. The stadium’s mechanical systems consist of high efficiency condensing gas fired furnaces. Ventilation to the space uses energy recovery ventilator and stadium electrical systems include interior and exterior lighting as well as grandstand lighting. New emergency systems include fire alarm, security and emergency lighting. Power and data infrastructure throughout the facility were also included.