Circuit of the Americas

Home of the F1 US Grand Prix

Austin, TX USA

The only track with all technology on a true converged network.

Circuit of the Americas is a 300-acre campus in Austin, Texas with a 3.427-mile (5.515 km) motor racing circuit that hosts the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix(tm). It is the first purpose-built Grand Prix facility in the US and has a state-of-the-art 3.4-mile circuit track with capacity for 120,000 fans and an elevation change of 133 feet for any and all classes of racing. Idibri provided design and coordination for the performance and communications technology for the track, grandstand, design of the audios systems, leaderboards and displays, public spaces for private events, seminars and conventions, the live entertainment space, retail center and the new 40,000sf Conference/Media Center. Circuit of the Americas is currently the only track with all technology on a true converged network.

"We approached Idibri because they were the leaders in customer service and that was what we needed. Their innovation and attention to detail was a pleasant surprise. They tackled every obstacle thrown their way with an unsurpassed level of excellence. I have since recommended them on three additional jobs as they, frankly, make my life easier." - Rocky Williams, Project Manager

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  • Project Type

    New Construction

  • Complete

    2012

  • Architect

    Tilke; HKS; Miro Rivera

  • General Contractor

    Austin Commercial

  • Owner's Rep

    MBC Consultants

  • AVL Installer

    Ford Audio-Video; Daktronics; TS Sports; BGN

  • Construction Cost

    $250 million

Project Scope
Acoustics
Audio
Data/IT
Lighting
Security
Stage Systems
Theatre Planning
Theatrical Equipment
Video
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