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Plumbing the Depths of Wrigley Field

While Wrigley Field is best known for its iconic ivy and hand-operated scoreboard, ESD has been involved in plenty of work within the stadium to help ensure a smooth game-day experience.

Gabriel Gomez presented plumbing engineering concepts that went into ESD’s design at the 103-year-old ballpark during “Tour the Engineering Behind Wrigley Field.” ASPE Chicago organized a tour of the restrooms for plumbing engineers in the industry and for ASPE members. ESD also worked on the new plaza outside of Wrigley Field, among other stadium projects.

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