DAYTONA Rising is a $400 million reimagining of an American icon – Daytona International Speedway.
Five expanded and redesigned entrances, or “injectors,” will lead fans to a series of escalators and elevators, transporting them to three different concourse levels. Each level features spacious social areas, or “neighborhoods,” along the nearly mile-long frontstretch.
At the conclusion of the redevelopment, Daytona International Speedway will have approximately 101,500 permanent, wider and more comfortable seats, twice as many restrooms and three times as many concession stands. In addition, the Speedway will feature over 60 luxury suites with track side views and a completely revamped hospitality experience for corporate guests.
The project officially broke ground in early July, 2013 and is expected to be completed in time for the 2016 Rolex 24 At Daytona and DAYTONA 500.
The “We Built Daytona” platform is designed specifically for partners involved in the construction of DAYTONA Rising. It provides an opportunity for manufacturers to become a part of the project and showcase their involvement through a marketing presence with the new facility.
About 80 percent of the metal panels to be used will be manufactured at Kingspan Insulated Panel North American Headquarters in DeLand, Florida, less than 20 miles from Daytona International Speedway.
DAYTONA Rising will feature over 30 acres of USG's drywall. In comparison, Lake Lloyd, in Daytona's infield, is 29 acres!
As an industry leader in the development of technologically advanced paint and coatings, Sherwin-Williams will supply over 10,000 gallons of their paint and other paint materials for the new DIS frontstretch.
Delta T Corporation (Big Ass Fans), a ceiling fan design and engineering company, will install more than 40 fans throughout the 11 “neighborhoods” along the nearly mile-long frontstretch.
ROSSETTI is an award-winning architectural design and planning firm with 46 years of expertise in sports and entertainment projects, and is the architect for DAYTONA Rising.
CommScope will install a new communications infrastructure at Daytona International Speedway that will provide the facility with the bandwidth and flexibility to offer services for an enhanced fan experience, as well as for improved stadium operations.
Jones Sign Company has been reliable and dependable for over 100 years. Their fabrication and project management stretch from coast-to-coast, servicing all of North & Central Americas.
Since 1976, Musco has focused on the design and manufacture of sports-lighting systems, from hometown Little League® fields to professional sports stadiums around the globe.
In the past 20 years, P&S Paving, Inc. has grown from a small business entity with only one used dozer, to a corporation with the ability to service major highway construction, large earthwork projects, and any small driveway or parking lot.
Focused on making energy safe, reliable, efficient, productive and green, the company's 140,000 plus employees achieved sales of 30.8 billion US dollars (24 billion euros) in 2012, through an active commitment to help individuals and organizations make the most of their energy.
The Integration Factory is a premier systems integration firm with over 150 years of combined experience in all aspects of low-voltage systems design and installation with a specialization in Audio/Visual Control, Access Control and Surveillance Systems.
Dow is an integrated company at the intersection of chemical, physical and biological sciences, is providing the insulation for structures such as the Suite Tower and concourse buildings as well as closed cell spray foam and caulking applications throughout DIS.
Ducharme Seating is a leading spectator seating manufacturer, is providing the 101,500 permanent, wider and more comfortable seats in the new motorsports stadium.