Rogers Centre Major Renovation

The major renovation of Toronto Blue Jays’ Rogers Centre is transforming the multipurpose stadium into a baseball-centric facility and bringing fans closer to the action.

Salas O’Brien provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, lighting, IT, telecommunications, and security design as part of the all-star team assembled to deliver the $300-million renovation. The project is being phased over two or three offseasons and will cover the stadium’s entire interior, including the outfield, infield, field-level spaces, and the lower bowl.

Since Rogers Centre opened in 1989, there has been no significant renovation. This renovation will ensure the ballpark continues to thrive for future generations of fans.

Completion Year


Construction Cost

$300 million

Project Partners

Populous, PCL


553,000 square feet

Photo Credit

Rendering courtesy of Populous