New renderings and construction details of Globe Life Field, the new home of the Texas Rangers being built in Arlington, were released Thursday.
The Rangers and HKS, the architects who designed the facility, released a series of new renderings that show the East, Southeast, and West exteriors of Globe Life Field as well interior views from the upper left field concourse, right field, and the field level suites, which are located directly behind home plate.
Those renderings can be seen in the gallery below.
HKS also shared details of materials being used in the construction of both the interior and exterior of the park. The majority of the materials, builders said, are being produced in Texas.
Other materials being used on the new park include the following from Texas-based manufacturers.
- Steel – Irwin Steel – Justin, Texas
- Curtainwall System – OldCastle – Alba, Texas
- Masonry Veneer – ACME – Denison, Texas
- Precast Walls – Enterprise – Corsicana, Texas
- Limestone – Mezger – Lampasas, Texas
In addition, the following materials are also being utilized from other providers.
- Granite – Coldspring - Cold Spring, Minnesota
- Three Layer ETFE – Vector-Foiltec - Germany
- All Metal Panels – Centria - Sheridan, Arkansas
- Insulated Translucent Panels – CPI Daylighting - Lake Forest, Illinois
The team also announced a partnership with Acme Brick, the same provider who supplied the brick used in their current ballpark, to create the team's "Champion Red" color that will be used on Globe Life Field. The Rangers brick will be created at Acme's Denton facility.
Lastly, in recognition of Women in Construction Week, the construction company building the new park, Manhattan Construction, created a special hard hat sticker for all workers at the Globe Life Field site.
Globe Life Field is expected to open in March 2020.