A successful Ohio-based entrepreneur, Theodore “Ted” Catino recently launched GigSmart, a mobile application that supports today’s gig economy. Outside of work, Ted Catino enjoys reading, traveling, and following sports. In addition to cheering on his favorite professional sports organizations, he roots for the Notre Dame football team.
For over 85 years, Notre Dame’s football team has played its home games at the beloved Notre Dame Stadium. Arguably one of the most recognized and revered structures in sports, the stadium has hosted more than 445 football games over the years. Thanks to recent renovations, the facility is now one of the most modern stadiums in all of college football.
As part of Notre Dame’s largest construction project to date, the football stadium received renovations and additions totaling approximately 800,000 square feet. In addition to new locker rooms and technology for student athletes, the renovations added a variety of improvements for fans, including new bathrooms and concession stands, new seats, a large scoreboard, and Wi-Fi boosters.
The facility is now also home to three new academic buildings, including the Duncan Student Center, a nine-story structure that houses study and fitness areas as well as spaces for career counseling and student activities. Throughout the 2017 season, Notre Dame is providing a behind-the-scenes look at the renovations on social media.