The team announced the selection Wednesday, noting HNTB’s past experience on similar projects, including Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara.
“Amongst a very talented and competitive field of architects, HNTB stood out for its passion, vision and innovation,” Republic managing partner Kevin Nagle said in a press release. “That’s the spirit of our fans, our community, and with HNTB’s leadership, our stadium.”
According to the team, several leading architectural firms competed for the contract. Plans call for a stadium of 20,000 to 22,000 seats in the northeast corner of the railyard, contingent on Sacramento receiving a Major League Soccer expansion team.
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