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- Stadium Stalemate. Watts, Jim // Bond Buyer;10/26/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 31997, p27
The article reports that the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority's $1.5 million claim against Tempe for money spent on a stadium that was never built could hold up a planned minor league baseball training camp project in the city. The authority wants to be paid for money it spent in 2001 to...
- Turf manager's research pays off. Schroeder, Eric // SportsTurf;Jul2006, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p6
This editorial discusses the grass playing surface at the Arizona Cardinals football team's new stadium, which finished construction in 2006. The stadium will host the first removable grass field surface, which will rest atop tracks and be rolled out for each football game at the stadium. The...
- A jewel in the desert. Attner, Paul // Sporting News;9/1/2006, Vol. 230 Issue 35, p18
This article discusses Cardinals Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Cardinals Stadium features a retractable playing field, which rolls into the stadium for football games. Cardinals Stadium has been named as one of the ten most impressive sports facilities in the world by "Business Week" magazine,...
- The Future Bowls. Luman, Stuart // Popular Mechanics;Jan2005, Vol. 182 Issue 1, p24
This article presents information related to technological innovations that have been incorporated in designing the new football stadium in Arizona. The budgets for these proposed arenas which are usually subsidized by taxpayers have gone through the retractable roof. All that money buys a lot...
- Angst misbehavin' Leitch, Will // Sporting News;10/27/2008, Vol. 232 Issue 42, p16
The article presents the author's insights on the attitudes of the fans of various football teams in the National Football League (NFL), particularly teams with less fans such as the Arizona Cardinals.
- By the Time I Get to Phoenix. Fauerbach, Scott // Fast Company;Feb2007, Issue 112, p20
The article presents a letter to the editor in response to the article "Idea Log" about the construction of a new stadium for the Cardinals in the November 2006 issue of "Fast Company."
- By the Time I Get to Phoenix. Creed, Jason R. // Fast Company;Feb2007, Issue 112, p21
The article presents a letter to the editor in response to the article "Idea Log" about the new stadium for the Arizona Cardinals in the November 2006 issue of "Fast Company."
- Arizona Lawmakers Close to Final Cardinals Stadium Bill. Preston, Darrell // Bond Buyer;04/14/2000, Vol. 332 Issue 30871, p32
Reports that Arizona lawmakers will decide on whether to let Maricopa County voters decide whether or not to support construction of an Arizona Cardinals football stadium. Value of the proposed stadium; Deliberation of funding proposals for the speculated sports facility by state senators;...
- In the Valley of the Sun, Eisenman Architects and HOK Sport create a shimmering desert nest for the Arizona Cardinals and their flock of fans. // Architectural Record;Nov2006, Vol. 194 Issue 11, p59
The article features the new stadium for the National Football League's Arizona Cardinals, created by Eisenman Architects and HOK Sport. The building's double-curved steel cladding reflects light differently throughout the day. At night, the stadium seems to phosphoresce, glowing from within...