The contemporary design of Paul Brown Stadium anchored a revitalization of Cincinnati’s Riverfront District – and set a new standard for the design of future stadiums in the NFL for decades to come.
This $285 million, 1.8 million sf facility opened in August 2000. Mark Horton of CT Consultants assisted the Bengals organization in a variety of roles – including lease negotiations, forecasting revenues, developing design program requirements, and validating cost estimates and construction schedules.
Mark also acted in the role of Owner’s Representative during design and construction – as well as preparations for staffing and operating the new facility.
“Mark Horton provided superior leadership and direction for the Bengals in the development of Paul Brown Stadium. Mark served as the club’s representative on the project and oversaw design coordination, budget review, cost estimating, and program assurance. With his prior stadium experience, Mark contributed heavily to our project and was one of the reasons Paul Brown Stadium ended up the most decorated stadium in the NFL.”
– Troy A. Blackburn, Cincinnati Bengals