New Amenities at Coca-Cola Park, home of the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs

Coca Cola Park, the home of the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs and a favorite venue for a wide range of events, will feature a brand new hospitality area, thanks – in part – to the efforts of the BIA design team.

Iron Pigs General Manager Kurt Landes announced a brand-new hospitality area, Red Robin Oasis, that will be highlighted by a unique seating overhang in the left field of the Allentown, PA ballpark.  It will feature covered four-seat "islands" directly above the bullpens, encompassing the largest reinvestment project in Coca-Cola Park history according to media reports.  Each "island" will include a circular half-table, cocktail-style seating for parties of four and wait service.  Starting with the 2012 season, the Red Robin Oasis will have a large pavilion with a 300-square-foot bar that can be enjoyed by all ticket holders on a nightly basis.  In addition to a wide array of draft and bottled beers, specialty frozen drinks will also be available.  The 5,000-square-foot Red Robin Oasis area also includes numerous cocktail tables in a covered setting for use by all fans. 

BIA provided structural and mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering for the project.  John Carson was the overall project manager, coordinating architectural details with our consultant, Spillman Farmer Architects, Bethlehem, PA.