Truman Complex Sports
The Harry S. Truman Sports Complex is a sports complex located at Kansas City, in the Missouri. The complex has a stage of American football of 79.451 places, the Arrowhead Stadium, built in autumn 1972, and a stage of Baseball of 40.700 places, the Kauffman Stadium builds in 1973. The two stages are surrounded by a carpark which can contain more than 26.000 vehicles.
The design established the reputation of the company of architecture Kivett & Myers which in 1975 amalgamated with the company HNTB. After this fusion, the company conceived the Giants Stadium, RCA Dome, INVESCO Field At Mile High, and the Ralph Wilson Stadium.
- Save our Stadiums - Proposed plan to renovate the Stadiums - Official Campaign Website
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