Triumph created a Broadcast Village to house the media and broadcasting equipment for the 2008 US Open. Triumph provided more than 16,000 sq ft for the modular media center and installed the buildings in just five days.
The Broadcast Village features more than two dozen high-quality mobile offices with the potential to add additional multi-floor units for 2009. The building also features a 1,500 sq ft outdoor dining patio with aluminum railings. The decking is made of Trex composite products; a unique combination of reclaimed or recycled wood and plastic fibers. Aluminum decking, walkways, railings and staircases run along one side of the fully assembled modular village.
The interior of the modular units were uniquely built to accommodate the cooling environment requirements for the broadcasting equipment. The building specifications required two HVAC units per module; standard specifications require one HVAC unit per module.
After the event in August, Triumph disassembled and stored the buildings for use at next year’s US Open.