Utility work for new Rangers ballpark to begin in August


The Texas Rangers have announced that utility work for the team’s new Arlington ballpark is expected to begin in August.

The work will necessitate the closure of portions of Nolan Ryan Expressway as well as the remainder of the venue’s Parking Lot A and a section of Parking Lot B. Further closures will take place in September when ballpark excavation work is expected to commence.

The first phase of the ballpark’s utility work includes the relocation of a sanitary sewer line and is expected to take between three and four months to complete.

Manhattan Construction Company, which was selected by the Texas Rangers as the general contractor for the new ballpark, will oversee the work.

Manhattan Construction Company first worked for the Rangers organization in 1994 when they built the Texas Rangers’ current home, Globe Life Park, in Arlington. Since then, the company has completed five renovation/upgrade projects on the ballpark, and also built the ballpark’s next door neighbor, AT&T Stadium in Arlington, home of the Dallas Cowboys.

July 26, 2017

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