Now in our 20th year of providing security and crowd management services at Soldier Field, we are proud to be trusted partners for countless events and in that time, ensuring the safe and memorable visits by millions of fans.
In addition to providing the highest levels of security for high-profile events, Monterrey Security also provides around-the-clock surveillance for key stadium entry points and has repeatedly achieved Level 1 scores for NFL Best Practices.
Whether for sold-out NFL games, concerts or important community events, we are constantly adapting our approach to crowd management. We work closely with local and federal law enforcement to ensure proper staffing for crowd needs.
All of our Guest Services staff are trained to provide ushering and ticket-taking services, but the real emphasis in on ensuring visitors have a positive experience from beginning to end.
Soldier Field and Monterrey Security
The work that Monterrey Security provides at Soldier Field is indicative of the high-quality security and crowd management services. Since 2001, Monterrey has worked with Soldier Field to provide not only security services at varied events the stadium hosts, including sold-out NFL games, record-breaking concerts and numerous community events, but also around-the-dock surveillance and security at a facility uniquely and accessibly positioned in the heart of Chicago. Each day at Soldier Field, Monterrey implements the NFL's Best Practices of Stadium Security and have received the NFL's highest score - a Level 1 - for our work. Here, we have helped the stadium and its management navigate necessary changes - such as policies surrounding personal belongings following the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings-as well as enhancing and evaluating security needs and requirements as a result of the stadium's redevelopment, completed in 2003.
Most importantly, Monterrey Security has documented expertise in providing services for multi-purpose facilities. Soldier Field is much more than a football stadium. Whether managing crowds and delivering an arrest-free "Fare Thee Well" tour from the Grateful Dead in 2015, or managing events in the green park spaces surrounding Soldier Field, the parallels between the levels of experience and expertise needed are many.