MPS Architect Helps Arenas Create Sensory-Friendly Spaces for Fans

People with autism spectrum disorder, PTSD, and a host of other conditions that can overstimulation, typically shy away from events like sports and concerts with a great deal of light and sound. Associate Principal Cary Perkins wrote an article about the sensory suite we designed at Bon Secours Arena in Greenville to meet the needs of sensory-sensitive attendees. Read all about it in Sports Destination Management.

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