The Resch Center
The Resch Center is the premier arena in the Brown County veterans Memorial Complex, hosting well over 1.2 million people per time. The Resch Center is at 820 Armed Forces Dr, Green Bay, WI 54304.
Resch Expo, the newest event installation in Wisconsin, features square bases column-free events space, inner and out-of-door pre-function options and blend networking areas.
The exhibition hall bottom can be divided into meeting/ exhibit/ sports spaces in a three- hall design, a two- hall design, or one large bottom space. Natural light flows into thepre-function and networking spaces from the large windows incorporated into the structure’s armature. There are expandable break- eschewal apartments for educational forums , show headquarters services and a green room for events that include musicales.
This new space offers inflexibility for itineraries, amazing views and ultramodern design. propinquity to hospices, entertainment and the field make it a great point choice for itineraries, and a position that attendees will love.
Resch Expo is located next to Lambeau Field and attached to a seatmulti-purpose arena for larger events. There are further than 700 hostel apartments and a dozen caffs within walking distance.
Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport is just a 10- nanosecond drive from the installation, with direct breakouts from Minneapolis, Detroit, Chicago and Atlanta, as well as direct seasonal breakouts from Denver and Orlando.
The square- bottom, multipurpose arena is used for musicales and sporting events, including Green Bay games as hockey and University of Wisconsin- Green Bay basketball games. The arena has a seating capacity of for musicales and- fans for sporting events. Click here
The arena features an innovative string- suspended sword roof framed structure, the first of its kind to be erected in a secondary request like Green Bay. The complications of the cabling system, along with the close propinquity of being structures, presented multitudinous construction challenges. Using design technology, innovative construction ways, public arena experts, and the original pool, the design platoon was suitable to overcome these challenges and complete the arena on schedule and within the original design budget.
After playing its home games in the Brown Country Arena for 33 years, the Green Bay men's basketball squad moved into the Resch Center in November of 2002.
The Resch Center, which opened its doors on August 25, 2002, is one of the premier entertainment venues in the Green Bay area. The complex hosts further than1.5 million people per year for athletics events, musicales and other events.
The Resch Center seats nearly people for basketball games. It's located conterminous to major Lambeau Field, home to the NFL's Green Bay Packers.
The installation features a new hardwood bottom for Green Bay basketball, 25 luxury boxes, as well as a state- of- the- art four- sided videotape scoreboard.
Coming From the South on Highway 41
Take Highway 41 North to the Lombardi Exit (exit #167). Go East (right) on Lombardi for approximately 1.75 miles. Turn South (right) on Oneida Street. Turn right into the parking lot.
Coming From the South on Interstate 43
Take I-43 North to Highway 172 West. Take the Oneida/Ashland Street Exit. Go left (to Oneida Street). At Oneida Street, go north (right). Continue North on Oneida Street for approximately 2.00 miles. Take a left into the parking lot. Read on about Fonferek Glen County Park.
Coming From the North on Highway 41/141
Take 41/141 south to the Lombardi Exit (exit #167). Go east (left) on Lombardi for approximately 1.75 miles. Turn South (right) on Oneida Street. Turn right into the parking lot.
Coming From the North on Highway 57
Take Highway 57 South to I43 South. Take the Highway 172 exit. Take the Oneida/Ashland Street Exit. Go left (to Oneida Street). At Oneida Street, go north (right). Continue North on Oneida Street for approximately 2 miles. Take a left into the parking lot.
Coming From the West on Highway 29/32
Take Highway 29 East to Highway 41 South. Take 41/141 south to the Lombardi Exit (exit #167). Go East (left) on Lombardi for approximately 1.75 miles. Turn South (right) on Oneida Street. Turn right into the parking lot.