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Architectural West Magazine
Waterproofing a Sports & Entertainment Complex in Inglewood, California

SoFi Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, is the first indoor-outdoor stadium to be constructed and is currently the NFL’s largest, at 3.1 million sq.ft.  The $5 billion stadium can seat a maximum of 100,000 guests, and includes 12 club spaces, a 6,000-seat performance venue, a 2-1/2 acre covered outdoor plaza, and a dual-sided elliptical video board with integrated sound system.  SoFi stadium utilizes a unique single-layer ethylene tetrafluoroethylene roof, which is a highly transparent extruded film that is just 1% the weight of glass.  The massive venue is truly a one-of-a-kind stadium, thanks in large part to the materials that were used to build it.

American Hydrotech’s flagship product, Monolithic Membrane 6125® (MM6125), was used for 80,000 sq.ft. of between-slab waterproofing.  MM6125 is a thick, tough, flexible, self-healing membrane for use in waterproofing, and is made of a special formulation of refined asphalts and synthetic rubbers.  Ideal for all types of horizontal and vertical structures, such as stadiums, it is a leading choice of architects, engineers, and building owners across the West and nationwide.  MM6125 can be used a on a variety of flat projects, and is an ideal choice for surfaces that require durable, long-lasting waterproofing.

SoFi Stadium