Fluor Field, home to the Greenville Drive, has been the catalyst of the City’s downtown revitalization over the last 10 years. Recent enhancements include several seating and hospitality areas throughout the facility to maintain its focus on offering best-in-class experiences for fans. Multiple seating options for fans aid in providing a custom spectator experience during games and events hosted at Fluor Field.
The stadium capitalizes on the appeal of Greenville’s Main Street as it plays homage to the Drive’s affiliate team, the Boston Red Sox. Both the original stadium design and enhancements were designed to complement the traditional brick and metal materials found on its neighboring industrial and warehouse buildings. Added features from Fenway Park include an asymmetrical playing field, a large replica of the manual scoreboard, and a 30-foot high wall in left field reminiscent of the “Green Monster” with an added seating area to give spectators a unique viewing experience.
Fluor Field accommodates more than 5,000 fans in a variety seating and hospitality areas. The recent enhancements bring major changes immediately noticeable by fans as they enter through one of two new entry plazas featuring either backlit or LED Marquee signage and new Drive and Red Sox merchandise area outside the stadium. From chairback seating and group lounge areas throughout, to bermed seating in the outfield, the stadium entertains fans young and old. The Champions Club, a 3,700 SF air-conditioned event space located on the upper deck can be utilized year-round for groups up to 200 people and a 2,700 SF Front Porch lounge is available to season ticket holders with indoor seating, a full service bar, and flat-screen TVs. The new Green Monster seating brings a slice of Fenway Park with 100 seats placed atop the outfield wall to provide a unique ballpark experience, while a renovated 500 Club continues to offer a unique viewing and hospitality area.