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Miller Park Version 8
Miller Park Version 8: Landscaping & Detailed Service Level
About this creation
Lego Miller Park Version 8: Current Model

This model is the latest version of a personal long standing project. To get more history on this project please click HERE to learn about it from the beginning.

After utilizing MLCad to plan one last set of major changes it was time to temporarily take Miller Park off display to implement them. I removed the model from display at MSOE's Walter Schroeder Library and began changes on Saturday October 24th, 2010. Since I was working around my work schedule, I had all the bricks I thought I needed and began construction on the key feature, landscaping, before I even had the model back. I finished the model just in time for display at TrainTime 2010 at MSOE. Due to tight time constraints and software problems I only partially updated the MLCad model and thus don't have an accurate updated parts count for Version 8. My estimated brick count would be 35,000 with a Lego brick value of $7,500.
Version 8 includes the following changes:

  • Complete landscaping and building surroundings within the current model footprint

  • Addition of tile to entire building roof surface for smoother roof operation and easier dusting
  • Addition of ~30 working Lego concourse lights so building hallways and visible detailed rooms light up

  • Expansion of the "LED" panels between the Loge and Terrace Levels

  • Added Service Level rooms

  • Added Fire Protection piping and sprinklers

  • Two additional powered Mindstorms for enhanced lighting and more accurate roof control (Model now has 6 Mindstorms total)

I believe the resulting Version 8 model is the best Miller Park representation I can create with the size limitations I have. I have no future plans to update the model with the exception of the scoreboard and repairing a Mindstorm electrical lighting overload.

Current Display Information

The stationary model is currently on display at MSOE's MSOE's Walter Schroeder Library at 500 E. Kilbourn Milwaukee, WI 53202. The library's normal hours are as follows:
-Sunday: 1:00pm - 12:00am (Midnight)
-Monday - Thursday: 7:30am - 12:00am (Midnight)
-Friday: 7:30am - 6:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am - 6:00pm
To verify hours before you visit please call the library information desk at (414) 277-7180. If you'd like to see the model in action please e-mail me at and I will get back to you at my earliest convenience to set up a time to meet you.

Future Display Information

There is a strong possibility the model will return to the Louisville Slugger Museum in 2016 or 2017 for another display. Check back for more details once we get closer.

Past Display Information

Due to repeated requests and disappointment from not being at TrainTime 2009, the model reappeared at TrainTime 2010 at MSOE on March 6th and 7th. The newly revised model proved to be a big hit once again and drew consistent onlookers.

A fellow student in my MSOE Senior Design class told someone at the Milwaukee Art Museum about my model and I was called about a display. The model was displayed at the Milwaukee Art Museum on Friday 2/11/2011 from 5pm to midnight as part of the "MAM After Dark: Mr. Wright" event. Waves of people stopped by to see the model and all were impressed. This event also proved how beneficial carts can be; I don't foresee moving the model again without one! While I don't have any Lego projects in the works, I plan to create a model of this museum at some point in the future.

The model reappeared at MSOE's TrainTime 2011 on March 5th and 6th. It drew constant attention even though it was the same model shown in 2010. Using a newly purchased cart proved to be a big back saver once again. I have no idea why I didn't think about that sooner!

In December 2010 I was approached by an MSOE professor about helping create a Lego Leaning Tower of Pisa. I lent some of my Legos to the MSOE Architectural Engineering Institute student group to create a mock up for the model. This was done so they could determine the type and quantity of new bricks to buy. While my involvement with the Leaning tower project was minimal, I was invited to display at the Italian Community Center and Festa Italiana as a result. The model was displayed at the Italian Community Center at 631 E. Chicago St Milwaukee, WI 53202 prior to Festa Italiana 2011.

Following the Italian Community Center display, the model was moved to Festa Italiana July 21st to 24th 2011 as part of the Piazza di Lego. Unfortunately, I was only able to attend the event on Friday of the Fest but being able to show the model to another diverse crowd was a great experience. After kids were done being amazed with the Lego Leaning Tower model and Miller Park they were able to particapte in Lego building and contests set up by the ICC.

From March 2, 2013 to September 2, 2013 the model was displayed at the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory in downtown Louisville, Kentucky as part of their "Big Leagues, Little Bricks" exhibit. The roof was operated 1-3 times daily during this display and worked almost flawlessly for the 16,000 visitors who visited. A big thanks goes out my brother Kurtis, Nathan Stalvey, and the rest of the Louisville Slugger team who helped make this display happen! The new black base contribution is a great addition to the model!

Enjoy looking and feel free to e-mail me at if you have any questions or comments. If you like my project and are a MOCpage member, please take time to rate it or write a review.

Thank You to everyone who has helped make this project a continued success!

Closed Roof Pictures

Hinge View

Front View

Back View: Notice the new Harley Davidson Entrance

Roof View: Notice the absence of "bumps" as the entire roof has been covered with Lego tiles

Open Roof Pictures

Front View

Back View

Back View: Outfield Panels Open

Back View: Outfield Panels Closed. I love watching the reaction of people when they realize these are motorized too! They move so slowly (as the real ones do) that it takes people awhile to notice.

Interior Pictures

Infield: Notice the roof pillar and hinge is now Blue, the closest I can get to the olive green steel color with Legos. (The Lego Statue of Liberty has the perfect green, but I have to be economical and realistic here)

Outfield: Notice the cleaning crew in left field waiting to open the gate and get on the field for touch ups.

Field & "LED" Lighting Only. The room would be completely dark if these Lego lights were off!

Interior Room Pictures

New Service Level Press, Storage, & Locker Rooms. The black circular pipe is part of the new building wide Fire Sprinkler System.

New Service Level Team Showers

New Service Level Water Room with Water Heaters

New Service Level Electrical Room

New Service Level Mail Room

New Service Level Laundry Room

New Service Level Fire Protection Riser/Control Room being inspected by the Milwaukee Fire Department. I design fire sprinkler systems as part of my career so I couldn't resist leaving them out in the newest model despite the frustration of the small fragile pipes.

New Service Level Office & Exercise Rooms

Renovated Suites

Friday's Restaurant

Ambulance helping Fan. I give credit to my friend Frank for coming up with the designs for the golf carts in this model.

Roof Control Room

Renovated Press Box

Scoreboard Control Room

Renovated "Metavante Club". This was the "300 Club" before a new team sponsor was named.

Terrace Level HVAC Room

Outdoor Pictures

Stadium Main Entrance

Ambulance helping fan before the game

Back Parking Lot: Notice the games free Valvoline Oil Change Winning car & new Harley Davidson Entrance

1st Base Side Dock

3rd Base Side Dock

Press Stories

To increase attendance at MSOE's annual TrainTime show, I was interviewed by Gus Gnorski from FOX 6 on Friday morning 3/5/10 for a short "teaser."

Display Pictures

TrainTime 2010 (3/6/2010 & 3/7/2010)

Most of the pictures on this page are actually from this event as I didn't take many at home due to time constraints preparing the new model for this show.

Milwaukee Art Museum (2/10/2011 to 2/12/2011)

I left half the case off during this display since I was present and the crowd was easier to handle compared with other events. Spectators appreciated getting a better look inside.

It was really hard to miss the model in the surrounding whiteness of this great Milwaukee landmark.

TrainTime 2011 (3/4/2011 to 3/8/2011)

It was great talking to new and returning guests. This show marked the third anniversary the model was on display.

Italian Community Center (6/16/2011 to 7/16/2011)

The model was hard to miss due to it's location right next to the main entrance and main banquet hall. The skirt proved to be a nice addition.

Festa Italiana (7/16/2011 to 7/25/2011)

It was great speaking to the waves of people that heard about the Leaning Tower of Pisa or my Miller Park Model. Everyone was impressed with both models but loved the fact Miller Park moved!

Note the green signs on the side of the model. They contained a list of interesting things that could be found in the model and added another dimension of interest. Many people took the time to find all of the items of interest and found things they wouldn't have noticed with a quick look.

MSOE Walter Schroeder Library
(3/8/2010 - 2/10/2011, 2/12/2011 - 3/4/2011, 3/8/2011 - 6/16/2011, & 7/25/2011 - 2/22/2013)

This was the display location in February 2011.

Please check back to this page for updates!
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Page Last Updated 9/9/2013


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  March 1, 2011
you should buy an ipad, stick it in there and use it as miller park's new enormous HD screen
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  March 1, 2011
This Is Amazing .... How Many Bricks You Use To Build A Stadium ...
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  February 19, 2011
This is looking great! Im just wondering, how many studs is the field from home plate to the fence and how many minifigs does it seat?
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