New Minnesota Vikings Stadium
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Arrowhead Stadium
Kansas City, Missouri
AT&T Stadium
Arlington, TX
New Atlanta Falcons Stadium
Atlants, GA
Bank of America Stadium
Charlotte, North Carolina
Centurylink Field
Seattle, Washington
Edward Jones Dome Stadium
Louis, Missouri
Everbank Field
Jacksonville, Florida
Fedex Field
Landover, Maryland
First Energy Stadium
Cleveland, Ohio
Ford Field
Detroit, Michigan
Georgia dome
Atlanta, Georgia
Gillette Stadium
Foxboro, Massachusetts
Heinz field
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Levi’s stadium (49ers)
Santa Clara, California
Lincoln financial field renovations
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana
LP Field (New Construction and Renovation)
Nashville, Tennessee
Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis, IN
M&T Bank Stadium
Baltimore, Maryland
Metlife Stadium
East Rutherford, New Jersey
Paul Brown Stadium Renovation
Cincinnati, Ohio
Raymond James Stadium
Tampa, Florida
Reliant stadium
Houston, Texas
Soldier Field Renovations
Chicago, Illinois
Sports authority field (at mile high) Renovation
Denver, Colorado
Sun life stadium
Miami, Florida
Qualcomm Stadium
San Diego, California
Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis, IN

Completed in time for the 2008 NFL season is the Colts' $500 million multi-use venue. Set in the heard of downtown, the new facility is home to the Colts and provides a venue for the NCAA Basketball's "March Madness", as well as major conventions and trade shows.

The 63,000 seat retractable-roof stadium was the first piece of the $900 million downtown project which includes a massive expansion of the Convention Center on the site of the existing RCA Dome.

WJHW provided design for sound systems, distributed video/satellite systems, broadcast cable systems and provisions, scoreboard/video display systems, scoreboard video production replay system, on-site production studio facilities, coaching video system infrastructure, acoustics, noise, and vibration control, telecommunications/data systems, video surveillance systems and access control.