360 Architecture Selected As Lead Design Team For Oilers' New $437M Arena
K.C.-based 360 Architecture "has scored another big sports project," as the Oilers have selected the company to lead the design team for their new $436.8M downtown Edmonton arena, according to Kevin Collison of the K.C. STAR. The firm had "been in negotiations for more than a year" on the project. The arena "is the second largest project that 360 Architecture has won this year," as the firm also was recently "named to the design team" for a $400M project at Notre Dame. Its work with Notre Dame "will include adding premium seating and other fan facilities to the school’s football stadium" (K.C. STAR, 2/14). In K.C., Austin Alonzo reported 360 "will work with Canadian general contractor PCL Constructors Inc., who is serving as the construction manager at risk," and Colorado-based ICON Venue Group is "serving as project manager" (BIZJOURNALS.com, 2/13).