Greenville, S.C. | July 21, 2014 – The Greenville Arena District has announced that the second phase of capital improvements has begun on the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.
This phase of renovations will include renovating the ticket office, back stage areas, restrooms, and concourse, resurfacing the floors, a new roof, and the addition of the Bon Secours St Francis wellness interactive space on the concourse.
Two marquees will be added to give the outside a new look as well. One marquee will go up in front of the building, replacing one that came down earlier this year. A second new marquee will be added to the Church Street side of the building, near the VIP Parking Lot entrance.
Contractor crews with Harper Corporation have begun work and expect much of the renovation process to be completed before the next event slated to take place in the arena in late August.
“When we completed the first part of renovations last summer, it made such a huge impact on the interior of the area and we had such a positive reaction from all of our guests, artists, and sponsors,” said President and General Manager, Roger Newton. “We are excited to be able to do that again this year with our concourse renovations.”
Phase one of the Arena renovation, completed in 2013, saw a renovation of the interior of the arena bowl with the addition of a 360 degree ribbon board, new center hung video board, digital signage, suite renovations, new risers, and a new curtaining system.
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ABOUT THE BON SECOURS WELLNESS ARENA
Located in Greenville, SC, the Bon Secours Wellness Arena is a 15,000-seat sports and entertainment arena that hosts live events including family shows, sporting events, concerts, minor league hockey, seminars and conventions. Club seats, party suites and luxury suites with premium concierge services are available in the arena. The Bon Secours Wellness Arena is managed by the Greenville Arena District.