Project Summary
Kennesaw State University Soccer Stadium

Truly a miracle project, this world class soccer stadium represents KSU's propulsion into top-tier athletics and Choate’s ability to successfully conquer massive rain delays and pull out a genuine miracle.

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The Space
  • Best of Atlanta Real Estate Finalist, Land Category
Square Footage 330,000
Location Kennesaw, GA
The stadium, home to both KSU’s women’s soccer team and the Atlanta Beat Women’s Professional Soccer team, is the only stadium of this size in the world designated specifically for women’s soccer. Constructed on 22 acres, the 8,325 seat stadium contains 15,187 tons of concrete, 3,675 feet of fence, 17,350 square yards of asphalt paving, 8,390 feet of curb and gutter, 1,500 light fixtures, 500,000 LEDs in the scoreboard, 7,842 square feet of decorate pavers, 20 miles of electrical conduit, 70 miles of electrical wire, over two miles of steel railing, over four acres of championship sod, and two acres of synthetic turf.

Rain, rain, go away…

While the numbers are staggering, it’s the schedule statistics that really tell the true story of this project. Designed to be built in 8 months, incredible rain delays stole three months of time, or 40%, from the construction schedule. Undeterred, the project team completed this stadium in an inconceivable five months, ready for the grand opening and first game of the Atlanta Beat season.

Fans enjoy great concessions, upgraded club level seating, ten luxury suites, and broadcast-quality field lighting. Player benefits include a team facility building complete with custom millwork lockers, coach’s offices, showers, and hydrotherapy equipment.


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