Inter Miami’s permanent home for training, but temporary home for game playing, hosted their first game to fans on April 18, 2021 after having their original opening canceled two days before scheduled due to COVID-19. The 18,500 seat stadium was built in a semi temporary fashion due to the fact that the team will move into its future home, Miami Freedom Park, in a few years. While the stadium provides most modern amenities, it does so in a unique fashion. Suites are fairly typical but the grand stands are all aluminum structure, the clubs are built out in a golf tournament chalet fashion, and Spectra was tasked with figuring out how to deliver concessions without any permanent infrastructure.
The solution for concessions was to purchase converted shipping containers and then supply them with food produced in mobile kitchen trailers. This would allow for the service required, but also provide assets that would be liquidated a few years down the road if they were not required any further.
Game one with a limited capacity of 8,000 was a success!