Tour of Mercedes-Benz Stadium

When:
April 10, 2018 @ 4:15 pm – 7:00 pm
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Where:
Mercedes-Benz Stadium
1414 Andrew Young International Blvd NW Atlanta
GA 30313

UPDATE:  DUE TO THE SIZE OF OUR GROUP, WE WILL HAVE TO SPLIT UP IN TO 3 GROUPS.  IF YOU’RE ABLE TO COME EARLY, IT WOULD BE APPRECIATED.  TOURS ARE NOW SCHEDULED FOR 4:45PM, 5PM, AND 5:15PM.  PLEASE ARIVE AT LEAST 30 MINUTES EARLY SO THAT WE CAN PROCESS YOUR PAYMENT PRIOR TO THE TOUR.

 

IES Atlanta invites you to join us Tuesday, April 10th for a tour at 4:45PM of the LEED Platinum Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Project Lighting Designer, Jay Wratten, VP of Sports Lighting Design at WSP USA, Boulder Colorado, will be our tour guide for the evening.

Cost (please note this is different than our normal meetings): 

  • Pre event RSVP is now closed.
  • Arrival without RSVP is $27 at the door.

Please arrive a few minutes early to pay on-site.​

Description: 

Experience the signature features of Mercedes-Benz Stadium including stops at locker rooms, the field, Window to the City, Skybridges and 100 Yard Club. Tour routes and locations are subject to change.

Whether you are a die-hard Falcons fan, an Atlanta United supporter, or interested in a guided walk to explore the architecture, technology, or art within the space – we can customize a tour for you!

Additional Information:

Parking for stadium tours at Mercedes-Benz Stadium is available in the Silver Deck of the Georgia World Congress Center. Parking is subject to availability and may be affected by events at the GWCC. Use Waze for the most efficient directions right to the Silver Deck.  Our group’s parking can be validated at a reduced rate of $8, please bring cash for this.

All tour guests must enter at Gate 2.

http://mercedesbenzstadium.com/stadium-tours/ 

Tour Guide Bio:

Jay is the head of our Boulder lighting team and oversees the design and management of projects both in the United States and abroad, providing both aesthetic and technical design direction on a wide variety of project types. Recent project experience includes custom fixture design and lighting design across a broad array of sectors.

He is a professional member of the International Association of Lighting Designers and a registered Lighting Certified Professional. He has extensive knowledge of lighting control systems and daylight harvesting as well as experience in solid state lighting performance.

Jay was named to Lighting Magazine’s 40-Under-40 in 2018, and to Consulting-Specifying Engineer’s 40-Under-40 in 2016.