As soon as the footballs are rolling in, the papermakers will be making their own, in-house paper, in this stadium at the DC Soccer Stadium.
It’s called the DC Papermaker Stadium, and it’s a new space in the capital that will host both the US men’s and women’s national teams.
The space will open in the fall of 2018, and will have about 20 seats that will be open to the public.
The papermakers are hoping that the venue will become a training facility for the USMNT and other players.
It is a temporary, non-permanent facility that is not being built for a long-term purpose, but it will eventually be used for training purposes, said Mike Smith, general manager of the DC papermakers.
“It’s going to be a place where we can train, get the players on the field, get them on the training field, do drills and so forth,” he said.
“So it’s really just a place to get the best of the best from the best players and the best coaches, and hopefully it will be a great place to build a relationship with them, and build relationships with our fans, Smith said.
The papermakers have been making paper at the facility for several years, and they will be taking part in the training session for the National Team this week.”
The papermaker space is being built with $3.5 million in state funds and the help of the American Institute of Architects, the building’s architect. “
Hopefully we’ll be able to grow that to a larger scale.”
The papermaker space is being built with $3.5 million in state funds and the help of the American Institute of Architects, the building’s architect.
There is also an ongoing partnership with the American Council of Architectural and Urban Studies to help with the construction, said Joseph P. Gaudette, the American Association of Papermakers president.
The DC paper makers are also contributing $500,000 towards the construction of a permanent building at the site, which will be able hold more than 200 papermakers for the duration of the US National Team’s 2018 World Cup and World Cup 2022 tournaments.
Smith said the paper makers have been working on this for several months, and that the construction is expected to begin in October.
“I don’t know if they are going to get ready in time for the World Cup, but they are certainly in the process of planning the project,” Smith added.
“We’re just in the beginning stages.”
It’s unclear whether the papermaker will be used as a training venue for the men’s national team, or the women’s, or if it will open up to the general public.
In the meantime, though, the DC area’s papermakers should have plenty of experience making paper.
Smith said they have trained on their own for more than 30 years, which is a lot for a local papermaker to be working on paper in a sports stadium.
“It’s been a long process for the papermaking company,” he explained.
“They’ve been doing it for a while, and we’ve been working with them for the last five years.
They have an incredible amount of experience in the paper industry, and a lot of great, hard-working people.”
Smith said the DC papers are not a big player in the sports arena.
“There’s no team of papermakers there,” he added.
It’s an opportunity for a new generation of papermaking and papermaking in the city.
“Our next generation of sports teams are coming to the area,” he concluded.