PNC Park Club Cambria Renovations Complete

PNC Park's Club Cambria is one of the most exclusive experiences the Pittsburgh Pirates ballpark has to offer. Originally opening in 2010, the luxury club has undergone a refresh and opened the 2017 season with a sophisticated new look that now completes the renovated PNC Park Suite Level.

Designed for entertaining, networking and enjoying Pirates baseball, the club features Cambria quartz surfaces in a variety of striking designs and applications, including countertops, bar tops, tabletops, wall cladding and floor tile. With 1,000 square feet of Cambria, the new Club Cambria showcases some of the newest and most innovative designs as well as the new Cambria MatteTM finish.

Pirates memorabilia is on display in the area as well as a photographic landscape mural of the Pittsburgh skyline. The artwork throughout the space celebrates the eight-year-long partnership between Cambria and the Pirates. In addition, new furniture, carpeting, cabinetry, paint and lighting offer a modern update.

Prior to the 2017 season, the entire suite level received a significant makeover with two phases of upgrades, as 34 of the most high-demand suites, with some of the best views of the field, have undergone a complete transformation. The remaining 25 of the luxury suites have been upgraded and refreshed.

Every suite now includes the stunning GallowayTM and Cambria BlackTM designs, offering high-performing surfaces and a bold, luxurious look for each entertainment space.

"Being family owned and American made, we at Cambria have always had a love for baseball and a long- standing relationship with the Pittsburgh Pirates," said Summer Kath, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Cambria. "We wanted to help create the ultimate fan experience in the suite level with the sleek new look and the durability of Cambria. Our revamped Club Cambria reflects our commitment to innovation by featuring the most technologically advanced surfaces available in the market."

The Pirates and Cambria also worked with Jones Stone & Marble, Top Advantage Surfaces and DLA Architects on the project that brings timeless luxury into the suite level at PNC Park.