Jacobs Field, Cleveland, Ohio
Located in the middle of downtown Cleveland, Ohio, Progressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field) is home to the Cleveland Indians of the American League.
Jacobs Field was built as part of an urban renewal project that also included parking garages and landscaped plazas. It Occupies 12 acres of the 28 acre Gateway Sports & Entertainment Complex, which also includes the Arena at Gateway, home of the NBA's Cavaliers.
Jacobs Field received design awards from the American Institute of Architects in 1994, 1995 and 1996.
Kroll Advisory Solutions was hired to provide security planning, design and implementation management services for the project.