Bucks show off improvements, including private suite, new floors at Fiserv Forum
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The Milwaukee Bucks showed off their improvements to Fiserv Forum on Tuesday, Oct. 22 as they look ahead to year two of the new arena.
Some of the changes are more subtle, but they say they'll have a big impact for the fan experience. Bucks' officials say they listened to fans and even made improvements based on that.
For instance, they've replaced 3,500 cup holders on the end courts because they were too shallow and drinks would spill easily.
Officials say they also improved their point of sale system, meaning transactions at the concession will move quicker, making lines hopefully shorter.
One of the more impressive editions is a new private suite called, "North Suite" where corporate events, meetings or conferences can be held.
Officials say the improvements weren't originally planned when the arena opened, but they saw a need for some improvements.
"We had a plan to basically say like as we look at this and really find our way through operating, through labor, through the physical plant like there are going to be opportunities, there are going to be pivots, changes. How do we address them," said Bucks President Peter Feigin.
The floors on the upper concourse were also refinished because officials didn't like the look of the original floors.