Legendary Football Stadium Gets Pumped

Posted on Feb 23, 2015 by Packer Straight

Known as “The Frozen Tundra,” Lambeau Field, home to the National Football League’s Green Bay Packers, has sold out every single game since 1960. Demand for tickets remains high, with more than 112,000 names on the season ticket waiting list — an average reported wait time of more than 30 years. Thus, adding seating capacity to the stadium has been a high-priority initiative. A plan was developed and put into motion in early 2012 to add 7,000 more seats for eager fans. To place the more than 6,000 yds. of concrete for the project and to reach the highest elevation of 152 ft. on the South End Zone, Neenah, WI-based Miron Construction Co., Inc. (Miron) utilized a Putzmeister 52Z-Meter truck-mounted boom pump.

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