Arena Americas’ specialist events professionals were entrusted to supply and install a range of temporary structures for the US Open at Erin Hills in Wisconsin as part of a four-year contract with the United States Golf Association. 

As the world’s best players gathered Arena Americas provided temporary structures necessary for all participants to enjoy a week of sporting action which culminated in Brooks Koepka’s stunning victory.

The 2017 U.S. Open Championship was the third event of the four-year contract that Arena Americas holds with the USGA to provide tenting, flooring and other rental equipment.

Arena Americas began construction for the June event in March 2017. Over 265 tent structures and 440,000 square feet of flooring were installed in 102 days by a 50-strong Arena Americas crew.  The pavilions were used for corporate hospitality, merchandise, sponsor and media facilities, concessions, admission and security areas.

Brooks Koepka delighted the home fans by sealing his first major victory with a record-equalling 16-under-par 272 total to claim victory at what was the 117th U.S. Open Championship.