Forming Metal for the Forums of Fun

Stadiums and arenas are more than just gathering places.


They’re where people go to relax, be entertained and escape – for at least a few hours – from daily life.


Sporting events. Concerts. “Disney on Ice.” Car shows. Rodeos. “Wrestlemania.” The list goes on and on.


In short, stadiums and arenas are where we go to have fun. Who wouldn’t want to be part of creating these entertainment edifices?


Max Weiss Company has helped build more than a dozen stadiums, arenas, conference centers and exhibit halls with precise beam bending, steel fabrication and metal rolling services. Our craftsmanship is typically displayed in roof or wall sections, where precisely-curved steel fulfills functional and aesthetic needs.  


Our work straddles the sports universe: football (Allegiant Stadium, AT&T Stadium), hockey (Little Caesars Arena, Seattle’s former Key Arena), basketball (Fiserv Forum), baseball (Southwest University Park, Busch Stadium), soccer (Allianz Field, Lynn Family Stadium) … even rodeo (Dickies Arena)!


Allegiant Field

Allianz Field

Busch Stadium

AT&T Dallas Cowboys Stadium

Dickies Arena

Fiserv Forum

Climate Pledge Seattle Arena

Little Caesars Arena

Southwest University Park


These are large projects, often 500 to 1,000 pieces. A high level of coordination is required from start to finish - estimating, to production, to meeting delivery deadlines and surpassing quality requirements. It takes a winning team … which is why Max Weiss Company is continuously chosen for these exacting metal forming services.


Next time you’re at a stadium or arena, or visiting one via TV or streaming broadcast, look at the surrounding structure. If the walls or roof curve, chances are the metal-bending masters at Max Weiss Company lent a hand. Then get back to the game or show – because, after all, that’s why you're there.