Transforming the Fan Experience Year Round

Reser Stadium Westside

Oregon State University


To enhance the home of Beaver Nation into a best-in-class football facility with year-round amenities accessible by all students, athletes, faculty and staff, SRG in collaboration with Populous and design-build partner Hoffman Construction are transforming the Reser Stadium Westside Completion.

Location

Corvallis, OR

Year Complete

2023

  • Architect Collaboration

    Populous

  • Contractor

    Hoffman Construction Company

  • Structural Engineer

    MKA and VALAR Consulting Engineers

  • Civil Engineer

    KPFF

  • Landscape Architect

    Mayer/Reed

  • Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing Engineer

    PAE Engineers

  • Code Consultant

    Code Unlimited

  • AV/Video, Broadcast Systems

    WJHW

  • Accessibility

    Studio Pacifica

  • Food Service Design

    Ricca Design Studios

This national best‑in‑class stadium will serve all of our university's students, faculty and staff; will provide for an enviable fan experience on game days; and will continue OSU's significant investments in Beaver football and in athletics programs for all OSU student‑athletes. F. King Alexander, OSU President

Design Concept

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Bringing Beaver Street to Life

The Pacific Northwest is known for its breathtaking landscapes that invite exploration and discovery. The west side of the stadium will be entirely rebuilt to feature a 360-degree concourse, a design influenced by the exploratory nature of the Oregon outdoors that encourages Beaver fans to traverse the new concourse and discover new experiences on the west side of the stadium. The new concourse connects the full perimeter of the stadium and unifies the fan experience. Dubbed “Beaver Street,” the expanded concourse acts as a crossroads, connecting the south seating bowl and the existing open air north terrace with design details often found in an urban streetscape. The new concourse is a first-of-its-kind in collegiate sports facilities, flipping the traditional design of a football concourse with all amenities arranged so fans have an open-air direct view of the field.

Concessions that Reflect the Community

Along Beaver Street, fans will feel the vibrancy and richness of human interaction through thoughtful design that encourages exploration and mingling, including soft seating areas, high top tables, drink rails and other various non-ticketed seating options. The concourse provides protection from the rain while still honoring the open air intent. Concession areas are reimagined to have a storefront appearance, evoking feelings of walking along an urban streetscape while also paying homage to the food hall culture popular throughout the PNW. Traditional walkup windows have been replaced with fast-casual dining and self-service grab-and-go stores. Food and beverage offerings are overhauled to reflect the OSU fanbase through familiar local restaurants and regional fare.

While Beaver Street is available to all fans, and runs the entire length of the west sideline, just above sits a club that includes premium seating options to get Beaver fans as close to the field as possible. This industry-exclusive design solution includes loge boxes, living room boxes, club seats and Founders Suite seats – all in one seating deck.

A New Welcome Center

The lower level of the west side deck will house the new OSU Welcome Center and serve as the first point-of-contact for prospective/visiting students and their families. The Center is vertically connected to the stadium’s club spaces, allowing the club to function as a true multi-purpose event space for OSU and the greater Corvallis community.

Further enhancements to the gameday experience include new locker room facilities for visiting teams and a new press box structure that modernizes in-game and broadcast services.

Wellness for All

Contributing to OSU’s goal for Reser Stadium to provide year-round programs, an approximately 32,000 square-foot Wellness Clinic addition is located on the southeast corner of the stadium at a prominent connection point to campus. The new four-story facility will provide whole-student care, including primary care, counseling, and laboratory services. OSU is currently considering leasing a portion of the building to a community health partner who would offer primary care and urgent care services to faculty, staff, and the broader Corvallis community.