PROJECT:

Ohio State University, Jerome Schottenstein Center

DETAILS

Client Name: Ohio State University Facilities Design & Construction
Location: Columbus, OH
Delivery Method: General Contractor
SF:
 588,000 sf
Cost: $56.8 million
Completed: 1998
Architect: Moody/Nolan, Inc.

OVERVIEW

PJ Dick served as the general trades contractor for this $56.8 million, 588,000 sf, multipurpose arena on the campus of Ohio State University. The facility is a state-of-the-art complex constructed of a concrete and steel frame with a masonry exterior. The facility accommodates basketball, hockey and other entertainment venues such as concerts, family shows and touring productions. The floors are made up of a combination of stone of various colors set in different pathways and channels to form a floorscape. The exquisite and sprawling donors club level hosts 52 luxury suites encircling the entire arena are adorned with beautiful wood panels and plush furniture. The facility also houses a sports hall of fame, a two-floor auxiliary gym, locker rooms and dressing rooms for performing entertainers.

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