The process of building a glazing project can be intimidating and complicated.
But a new infographic by Fox Sports helps us visualize some of the basics.
The interactive infographic, available in print, online and on the Fox Sports app, will help you understand what it takes to build the most expensive, high-end, and high-quality glazing in the Pac-10.
The infographic includes the cost of glazing the inside of a Pac 12 stadium, the materials needed for the construction, and the project’s timeline.
Here’s how to go about your Pac-13 project.
What is a glazed exterior?
Glazing can be either a concrete or a composite material.
The main difference between concrete and composite is the shape of the glazing, or the structure of the building.
Composite glazing is generally made from reinforced concrete.
The exterior of a building usually consists of concrete and wood shingles.
Concrete glazing typically requires about 5,000 square feet of concrete per stadium.
Composite concrete is generally lighter and can be built for less than $1,000 per square foot.
To get started, Fox Sports provides a handy timeline of the construction process.
For a complete list of all Pac-11 and Pac-9 stadiums, scroll down.
For more information on glazing and its construction, check out our guide.
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