Rendering of the stadium parking lot.

Estadio BBVA Bancomer (Rayados Soccer Stadium), Guadalupe, Nuevo León, MX

Project Name: Estadio BBVA Bancomer (Rayados Soccer Stadium)

Products:   Grasspave2 & Gravelpave2

Applications:  Grass parking and Gravel reinforcement

City: Guadalupe

State/Province: Nuevo León

Install Date:  May 2015

Client: FEMSA

Install Size: 30,000 sq meters (323,000 sq ft) Grasspave2 and 2,280 sq meters (22,400 sq ft) Gravelpave2

Address: Avenida Pablo Livas 2204, Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

Designer:  Populous, VFO Architects, and Fomento Económico Mexicano, S.A.B. de C.V.

Contractor: Constructora Maiz Mier

Directions: Avenida Pablo Livas 2204, Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

Photography:  NA. Rendering courtesy of Populous, 2015. Dario Guarrero, 2016.

Summary: The Stadium, designed by Populous and VFO Architects, was set out to integrate the site with the surrounding area.  More than one third of the site will be green areas, including the 30,000 square meters (323,000 sq ft) of Grasspave2 parking.  The stadium will accommodate 50,000 visitors mainly fans of the Rayados Football (Soccer) club, CF Monterrey. 

Grasspave2 was used to filter and restore rainwater back to existing aquifers.  The parking lot is distributed around the stadium and integrates the existing wooded areas.  The Stadium will also be integrated, via parking and green space, with a future Ecological Park.

22,400 square feet of Gravelpave2 was installed in some drive aisle and parking areas to increase the perviousness of the site.

Grasspave2 Grass paver parking
Grasspave2 parking bays are separated by concrete drive aisles.
Grasspave2 Parking
An arial view of the stadium and surrounding Grasspave2 parking.
Gravelpave2
Tan Gravelpave2 was used in some drive aisles and access roads.
Rendering of the stadium parking lot.
Rendering of the stadium parking lot.
Ground level view of the installed Grasspave2 parking and the stadium.
Ground level view of the installed Grasspave2 parking and the stadium.
BBVA Stadium
A look at the new stadium’s seats and playing field. BBVA Stadium has become a tourist attraction.