TD Garden Renovation
Owner: Delaware North
Project Value: $30 million
Completed: October 2014
Architect: Rossetti Architects
Duration: 13 weeks
In early 2014, Delaware North, owner and operator of TD Garden and Sportservice, announced a $70 million renovation plan for the concourse of TD Garden. In May 2014, our team members were brought on under a construction management contract due to our proven experience with Delaware North and in the hospitality industry.
To begin, demolition took place and our staff oversaw the kitchen and concourse areas with all the mechanical, electrical and plumbing requirements for the kitchen and concession areas. At the project onset, the 22-week schedule was daunting and meeting the budget was a concern. The work was scheduled between the end of the hockey season and before the Bruins home opener. During construction, it was also imperative that all functions and concerts could continue during this major renovation. This busy West End location is also over the light rail system for Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority. As our team oversaw only one component of this renovation project, communication and choreography with all other constructors was imperative.
In the end, the TD Garden loge level 4 concourse received a complete floor-to-ceiling refurbishment and redesign. It pays homage to the City of Boston, the Bruins, and the Celtics. Fans can enjoy a wide variety of food and drink within the concourse area and 8 newly renovated concession stands or the Legends Club.
Our team worked hard to ensure certainty of budget and schedule. In fact, we surpassed Delaware North’s goals with the work completed 1 week early and $2 million under budget.