Specification of Project

The Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Indiana, has been hosting outdoor football games since 1930. For decades, the beloved home of the Fighting Irish — complete with a natural grass playing field — seated 60,000 fans.

However, a major seating expansion took place in 1997, and the FieldTurf was updated in 2014. Following these renovations, the team at BevStream Corp. was invited to be a part of the University’s Campus Crossroads Project to further expand Notre Dame Stadium. The $400 million plan included 750,000 square feet of expansion space with three new multilevel buildings for activities and performances. The project was completed in 2017.

The Campus Crossroads Project is part of the vision of John I. Jenkins, C.S.C, the University’s 17th president. In continuing the work of former President Edward Malloy, Jenkins’s 2014 capital campaign crushed records, raising a total of $2.014 billion.

The funds benefit both Notre Dame’s endowment and a host of campus construction projects, including the Compton Family Ice Arena renovation, new residential halls, and a new architecture building.

The BevStream team was particularly proud to be a part of this large-scale project because it was a sustainable, eco-friendly initiative. Environmental efforts are a key part of the University’s mission; in 2008, the school created an Office of Sustainability, which works to find green solutions in power generation, waste reduction, food service, transportation, and other areas.

Taking these values into consideration — as well as Notre Dame’s active pursuit of LEED status — BevStream set out to design an environmentally sustainable Centralized Beer and Soda Piping System.

To learn more about BevStream stadium projects or to discuss how our specialty beverage system solutions can help with your next project, contact us today.


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