Category Archives: Stadium Seating

Raised Floor with EPS Geofoam »

Raised Floor with EPS Geofoam

Over 400 precut pieces making up 27 unique shapes of EPS15 Geofoam were provided by Universal Foam Products, along with our steel Leave-In-Place Riser Form System, to create a 17” high raised floor in this bowling alley in Bakersfield, CA. Because each EPS piece was precut and labeled, a minimum of field cutting was required on site.

The steel riser form system, developed by Universal Foam Products to create the tiered seating in theaters and lecture halls, was used to expedite the construction process. The steel forms can be provided straight or curved to meet the design requirements of the project.

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Erich Ferg
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Geofoam block to create raised platforms for seating »

Maltz Jupiter Theatre in Jupiter, FL
EPS 15 Geofoam blocks
The foam was cut to size at the factory
 

J&M Construction Services was contracted to some work at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre in Jupiter, FL. They contacted Universal Foam looking for some EPS 15 Geofoam blocks that were going to create raised platforms for seating. Field measurements were sent to Universal and shop drawings were produced for each platform area. The foam was then cut to size at the factory to make the installation quick and easy.

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Jim Vespa
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Universal Foam Products, LLC
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EPS 15 Geofoam void fill used in the stadium building »

Footaball Stadium Project
EPS 15 Geofoam void fill
Custom cutting done to ensure proper fit
Scheduled to be completed in time for kickoff the 2014
 

United Forming, Inc was contracted to work on the new football stadium being built at Baylor University. They contacted Universal Foam Products because of the need for EPS 15 Geofoam void fill in various areas of the stadium. The geofoam was sent in sizes of 6” X 48” X 96”, as well as 9” X 24” X 96” to accommodate the different areas. Some cutting was done to ensure a proper fit. The pictures show the foam in place and ready for the concrete to be poured on a roof area of what the team calls a “Portal” on the East side of the stadium. The new stadium is scheduled to be completed in time for kickoff the 2014 season opener. There is even a live camera where you can take a look at the construction for people to look at http://www.baylorbears.com/sports/m-footbl/stadium-cam.html

Sales Person

Jim Vespa
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Universal Foam Products, LLC
EPS | Styrofoam | Solutions
410.825.8300 ext 240 PHONE | 410.825.5050 FAX