The Manhattan Construction team working to build Globe Life Field partnered with the Texas Rangers to participate in the Cowboy Santas Toy Drive.
When Globe Life Field opens in 2020, the most anticipated piece will be the 240,000 square foot retractable roof, providing a climate controlled atmosphere 365 days a year.
Globe Life Field is just 15 months shy of opening its doors to the public. As the March 2020 date progresses closer to reality, the project is staying on schedule.
In September, more than a dozen OSHA representatives from the state and national level gathered at the Globe Life Field construction site to gain firsthand experience of what safety measures are implemented on a project of this scale.
One year ago Rangers representatives joined the City of Arlington and MLB Commissioner Robert Manfred to break ground on the future home of the Texas Rangers. In the 12 months since the groundbreaking, the site has been transformed from a parking lot into the shell of the future home of the Texas Rangers, Globe Life Field.
Construction on Globe Life Field is rapidly progressing. Rob Matwick, Vice President of Business Operations, and Jack Hill, Sr. Vice President of Project Development, hosted a Q&A session for fans attending Saturday's game. Matwick and Hill answered all the questions surrounding the construction of Globe Life Field. Here's a peek into what the two discussed.
Since Globe Life Field broke ground last September, one million hours have been clocked by hundreds of construction workers, working day and night to build the future home of the Texas Rangers.
They have been pouring concrete for the Rangers' new ballpark at one o'clock in the morning.
As construction on Globe Life Field continues to progress toward a March 2020 opening date, design plans are being finalized. That includes designing a ballpark that is accessible for all fans.
In the year that has passed since the Rangers broke ground on Globe Life Field, the site has been transformed from parking lot to home for the team and fans alike. Globe Life Field will provide a unique sporting venue experience, offering many special opportunities that will be new to Texas Rangers fans.
On the fourth floor of a Dallas high-rise, sitting at one of the many desks of employees working to design Globe Life Field, one stands out among the others - the desk of HKS architect Margarita Aguirre.