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Osborn Engineering


Osborn Engineering

Osborn Engineering, is an architectural and engineering firm based in Cleveland, Ohio. Founded in 1892, it is noted mostly for designing sports stadiums. More than 100 stadiums have been designed by Osborn, including such famous parks as Fenway Park in Boston, the original Yankee Stadium in New York City, Tiger Stadium in Detroit, and numerous minor league, collegiate, and major league sports facilities in all sports.[1][2] They also design other structures, including infrastructure and public sector buildings, industrial and manufacturing, and parking structures.


  • Structures designed by Osborn Engineering 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Structures designed by Osborn Engineering

See also


  1. ^ Leventhal, Josh. Take Me Out to the Ballpark, Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers 2000. ISBN 1-57912-112-8
  2. ^ Osborn Architects & Engineering homepage Retrieved November 9, 2006

External links

  • Osborn Architects & Engineers
  • RPI Alumni Hall of Fame

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