<strong>Memorial Stadium</strong>

Memorial Stadium

Memorial Stadium is located on the campus of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and is the home of the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team.

In the fall of 1922, a drive for $430,000 in funds to build a new football stadium was undertaken by faculty, students, alumni, and friends of the university. Designed by John Latenser, Sr., a notable Omaha architect, the stadium was named Memorial Stadium to honor all Nebraskans who served in the Civil and Spanish-American Wars and the 751 Nebraskans who died in World War I. Construction was completed in just over 90 working days; Memorial Stadium was dedicated on October 20, 1923.

For the 2014 season, a $12.3 million project was completed that replaced the 20-year-old sound system in Memorial Stadium. A new single-point system was installed on the video board in North Stadium that pushes sound throughout the entire facility. A new state-of-the- art wireless network system was also installed throughout the stadium.


Systems Installed

•  Audio/Visual Systems
      ▪  Post-Game Interview Room
      ▪  Special Event Rooms
      ▪  Lewis Training Table
      ▪  Conference Rooms
      ▪  Meeting Rooms
      ▪  Locker Rooms

•  Fire Alarm & Smoke Evacuation Control
•  Broadcast Cabling Systems
•  Assistive Listening System
•  Stadium Sound System
•  IPTV Distribution
•  Area of Refuge
•  Access Control

 
 

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