The Buffalo Bills spent the majority of the Nineties dominating the National Football League, making four trips to the Super Bowl. Rarely were those home games played in ideal weather conditions, especially in the challenging climate of western New York.
The outdoor temperature at the 52,000-seat Wilson Stadium can range from as cold as 10°F to as warm as 89°, with a stiff lake-effect breeze. Regardless of the temperature, Wilson Stadium can handle these varying conditions. Novar Controls has been the stadium’s building automation system for seven years, controlling its lighting, heating, and cooling as well as 8,000 heated seats. Novar also partially controls the Bills’ $63 million field house that is adjacent to the stadium and used as a practice field.