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SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Banc of California Stadium

Los Angeles, CA

The Gensler-designed, 22,000-seat Banc of California Stadium represents the first open-air professional stadium built in Los Angeles since 1962. The state-of-the-art venue acts as the home of the Los Angeles Football Club.

Architect

Gensler

Glazing Contractor

Helou Construction

CRL manufactured and supplied custom all-glass entrances, glass railings, and bullet-resistant transaction systems to enhance the aesthetics and function of the stadium.

DRS Door Rails and Blumcraft® Panic Handles were installed throughout the structure, including VIP entrances and suites. DRS Door Rails provide clean, uninterrupted glass spans, which give the entrances a contemporary, all-glass aesthetic. The accompanying Blumcraft Panic Handles further enhance the all-glass visual using a slim and elegant tubular design.

  

  

Select areas of the stadium incorporate the company’s GRS TAPER-LOC Glass Railing System. The railing system is ICC-ES approved and engineered to comply with 2015 IBC updates. This makes it easy to specify because it ensures codes will be met. Accompanying HRS Handrails were installed with LED lighting for improved visibility and aesthetic appeal.

Banc of California Stadium’s ticketing areas feature Bullet-Resistant Transaction Windows and Speak-Thrus from CRL. The transaction systems provide a high level of security and protection while allowing fast and easy communication with event attendees.

  

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