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SMU – Moody Coliseum

SMU – Moody Coliseum

Architect: 360 Architecture

Owner: Southern Methodist University

Originally built in 1956 as an 8,998-seat multipurpose arena, Rogers-O’Brien completed the expansion and renovation of SMU’s Moody Coliseum. The north expansion of the existing facility adds a club area for VIP guests, along with new suites, a full kitchen, locker rooms and coaches offices for several of SMU’s athletics. The expansion of the basement includes a new dock and practice area for the rowing team. The east addition creates a new Hall of Fame Club. The renovation of the arena involved the installation of new seating, updated concession areas, modernized restrooms and new MEP systems.

8,998 seats 1956 date of original building 166,000 Total SF

Project Details

  • FULL RENOVATION AND EXPANSION OF AN ORIGINAL 1956 MULTIPURPOSE ARENA
  • EXPANDED AMENITIES INCLUDE A VIP AREA, HALL OF FAME CLUB AND ATHLETIC OFFICES
  • Winner of a TEXO Distinguished Building award
  • LEED Silver
Exteriors complement the existing campus

Exteriors complement the existing campus

Renovation brings old and new portions together nicely

Updated concessions

Updated concessions

Hall of Fame Club

VIP seating

VIP seating

Hall of Fame Club

Space to Thrive