Royals Hall of Fame

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In 2009, Kauffman Stadium underwent a massive renovation, including a $6 million Hall of Fame project for the Kansas City Royals. This space included display space for artifacts with graphic surrounds. Dimensional Innovations was engaged early in the design process to detail and execute the more challenging aspects of the job.

The original scope included a number “5” sculpture made from baseballs that represents themore than 3,000 hits by Royals Hall of Famer, George Brett.

Other elements detailed and constructed by DI include a 1,110-square-foot wall panel system made from ash that showcases the timeline and highlights of baseball in Kansas City, as well as 11 custom display cases housing many of the artifacts of the Royals Hall of Fame collection.

Recent additions include revolving temporary displays and exhibits showcasing the evolution of the bat, ball, and baseball glove.

“Extensive projects like these can only be true successes with creativity, attention to detail, timeliness and of course a finished product that matches the quality that went into the overall design. On all accounts DI was a great partner to work with on the Royals Hall of Fame project.”

- Curt Nelson, Director – Royals Hall of Fame

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