SBD/April 17, 2013/Facilities

Renovations To The Oneida Nation Gate At Lambeau Field Are Underway

Renovations to the Oneida Nation Gate at Lambeau Field is underway and is “expected to open in time for the coming season," according to Richard Ryman of the GREEN BAY PRESS-GAZETTE. The gate will have “an expanded plaza extending into the east parking lot.” It is part of Lambeau Field’s Phase 2 renovation is a “$140.5 million project, paid for by the Packers without public money” that began in March and “is scheduled to be completed" in June '15. A tunnel under the plaza “will lead to a player parking area.” Permanent restrooms “will be under the plaza,” and the metal framework for the plaza/tunnel “can be seen at the construction site.” Phase 2 follows “on the heels of the addition of 7,000 seats in the stadium and other improvements costing $146 million, also privately funded.” That project is “scheduled for completion this summer.” Additional Phase 2 renovations include a “new entrance at parking lot level on the east side,” and new player facilities “in the lower level of the stadium.” The Packers Pro Shop “will move to the new ground level created by cutting away part of the north plaza.” Curly’s Pub and the Packers HOF will “close temporarily during some part of the project, probably in 2014, but the Pro Shop will remain open throughout” (GREEN BAY PRESS-GAZETTE, 4/17).
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