The $3.06MM High School Football Stadium

 

Project Overview

The students of De Pere High School got news of a $3.06 million upgrade to their football field,
or now, stadium! This newly built stadium includes a larger grandstand, bleachers, visitor
seating, and all-around better improvements, including energy-efficient lighting. This large
undertaking was presented in early December of 2019 and was planned to be completed by late
summer of 2020. Taking part in this impressive vision for a high school football stadium was
Fortress Fence, a division of Century Fence, to assist in supplying the necessary fencing within
and around the new stadium.

 

 

Businesses Requests

 

To complete a project like a football stadium, there’s much construction needed to make it
complete. One of the most important parts of this for safety is the fencing. During this specific
project, Fortress Fence was to install both vinyl and ornamental fencing. More specifically, the
ornamental fencing was planned to go around the stadium and around the ropes course area
within the stadium itself. Additionally, the vinyl fencing was to go around the perimeter of the
track.

 

Our Solutions

 

The Fortress Fence crew was able to get done exactly what the De Pere High School had
requested. The vinyl fencing eloquently blends with the stadium to give in a truly finished look.
Beyond looks, it will also serve a great function in keeping both athletes and spectators in their
respected areas. The ornamental fencing will also serve as an important purpose of keeping
any possible trespassers out of the area during closed time periods.

 

 

Final Solutions

 

Now as one views the completed stadium, it can easily be seen as to how well everything came
together. This huge improvement as a football stadium will be used and enjoyed by thousands
of players for many years to come into the future. Who knows, maybe multiple pros will come
from this stadium. So far, the pros at Fortress Fence have been at this stadium and their
dedication to a high standard of work clearly shows at De Pere High School.