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Kansas City firms partner to create the world’s first stadium dedicated to professional women’s soccer

April 1, 2024

The Kansas City Current’s new home, CPKC Stadium, is the world’s first venue designed and dedicated to a professional women’s sports team. Kansas City firms including Generator Studio, Dimensional Innovations, Monarch Build, JE Dunn Construction and Henderson Engineers all played a role in the design and delivery of the stadium.

Photo: Kansas City Current

Photo: Kansas City Current

Located along the Missouri River, the $120 million facility has a capacity of 11,500.

“Our vision was to create a player-first experience while equally prioritizing fans,” said Angie and Chris Long, founders and co-owners of the Kansas City Current. “Not only did our Kansas City-based project partners help bring that vision to life, but they elevated it to create an experience unrivaled in professional sports.”

The Kansas City-based firms that partnered on CPKC Stadium include female-led design, engineering, and construction team members.

Generator Studio, the architect of record, was responsible for the architectural and interior design. Generator worked closely with the ownership group and collective team to forge a venue focused on the athletes.

Dimensional Innovations (DI) provided comprehensive signage and wayfinding, branded graphics and design elements, as well as a variety of sponsorship activations throughout the stadium, including exterior and rooftop signage.

General construction was a joint venture partnership between Monarch Build and JE Dunn Construction, responsible for all preconstruction and construction phases of the project, including management of cost and schedule control and installation of a natural grass, FIFA quality pitch and sub-air aeration system. Engineer of Record, Henderson Engineers, provided architectural lighting, audio-video, electrical, fire and life safety, mechanical, plumbing, security and telecom design services.

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