Titletown is within walking (or leaping) distance to Lambeau Field.
Capturing the spirit of Green Bay, Titletown is a destination for any season.
From playing to dining, visitors enjoy scores of activities at Titletown.
In winter, the plaza area features an ice-skating rink and tubing lanes.
and freeweight use. Based on owner and architect concern for those noisy activities being noticed on the first level offices and exam rooms, raSmith recommended that a roll-out floor isolation system be incor - porated into the design. As time passes, the Titletown project continues to grow. From the first announcement of Phase I in 2015 until now, this project has seen a high level of development from the perspectives of both form and function. raSmith’s Structural Project Manager Steven Roloff, P.E, LEED AP, notes his team’s ability to achieve “flexible design solutions” as a way to create fewer issues during the construction process. According to Roloff, his team was able to lessen these construction issues by incor- porating details that allow for larger field tolerances than normal. While work still continues on Titletown’s Phase II, it is expected to be completed by the end of 2021.
A play area and full-size football field offer hours of fun for kids and families.
From a use perspective, the team also had concerns about sound- and foot-induced vibrations coming from the Bellin Health Clinic’s second floor, which was designed for activities such as running, jumping,
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