While working with HKS after Hurricane Katrina, Terri and Ian Dreyer were on the team to design the club lounges and suites for the Dallas Cowboys Stadium – now known as AT&T Stadium. Named Sports Facility of the Year by Sports Business Journal/Sports Business Daily in 2010, and recipient of the 2009 AIA Dallas’s Citation Built Category and the 2010 TEXO The Construction Association’s Build Texas Award, the AT&T Stadium sets the standard for impeccable large-scale facilities across the nation.
- Terri Dreyer
- Ian Dreyer
“We all benefited from the talent and tenacity that the Dreyer’s brought to our team. It was an incredible experience to witness.” – Mark Timm, HKS
Comprised of over 3.1 million square feet, the project included the design of 380 suites, 350 private club suites and club lounges, 15,000 club seats, end zone platforms with flexible walls, food service and concession spaces, and an operable roof. The suites were designed using a modern planar approach, articulating walls for optimum presentation and food service space. The design of the club lounges used the structural significance of the space with indirect cove lighting and high-end transparent finishes allowing the space to visually expand while the furniture created small vignettes and textiles to encapsulate the sound travel.