The Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta is a $1.5 billion facility covering 2 million square feet. The stadium contains nearly 10 miles of heating, cooling, potable water, and stormwater piping. Construction on this piping system came with its share of challenges.
Tebarco Mechanical, a mechanical contracting partner of Atlanta Stadium Partners, was responsible for most of the pipe work in the facility. Tebarco’s scope of work included the chilled and hot water piping, which loops around the entire main level to feed the AHUs, as well as the domestic water piping that feeds the bathrooms and kitchens. Tebarco was also responsible for 13 risers, which carry water several hundred feet upward from the field to the stadium’s terminal units and air handlers.