Sports

Ballparks of Branson – Branson, Missouri

Ballparks of Branson is a $24 million youth baseball complex proposed for construction at the Factory Merchants Branson mall, commonly referred to as the Red Roof mall. “We’re looking to create the ultimate youth baseball experience for 12-year-old kids,” said Doc Snyder, president of Ball Parks of Branson. “We think it’s going to be a one-of-a-kind, unique facility that has not been built anywhere to the level of detail and excellence that we’re trying to bring to this project.”

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Soccer Stadium

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Interscholastic League Stadium Update

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The Kansas City (MO) School District engaged Garcia Architecture LLC to redesign the 25 year-old facility. provide design specifications for the 25-year-old facility. Planned upgrades include a new playing surface, sound and communications, running track, aluminum grandstands, locker rooms, press box, and concession stand.

 

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Kauffman Stadium Renovation

Kauffman Stadium, home of the Kansas City Royals Baseball Club, completed a $250 million renovation in 2009. In association with Populous.

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Miami Marlins Park

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Marlins Park is the home of the Miami Marlins major league baseball team. The 37,000-seat stadium was completed in 2012 and includes a retractable roof to shield spectators from the sun and rain. In association with Populous.

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Minnesota Twins Stadium

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Target Field the home ballpark of the Minnesota Twins major league baseball franchise. The 39,504-seat open-air ballpark was completed in 2012 and is located in the warehouse district west of downtown Minneapolis. In association with Populous.

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New Yankee Stadium

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The baseball stadium home of the New York Yankees pays homage to the exterior design of the original Yankee Stadium, while the interior has the features of a modern ballpark, including 4,300 club seats and 68 luxury suites. In association with Populous.

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St. Louis Cardinals Ballpark

Busch Stadium is the retro-style home of the St. Louis Cardinals major league baseball team. The stadium has a seating capacity of 43,975, and contains 3,706 club seats and 61 luxury suites. In association with Populous.

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American Airlines Arena

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American Airlines Arena is home to the Miami Heat professional basketball team. With a seating capacity of 18,550, the arena also features 25 suites and 720 premium/club seats. In association with Heinlein Schrock.

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Sprint Center Arena

The 18,500-seat Sprint Center multipurpose arena is a major anchor for Kansas City’s new entertainment district and is a striking icon on a transformed downtown landscape. In association with Downtown Arena Design Team.

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Kansas City Chiefs Training Facility

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The Kansas City Chiefs’ training facility includes a three-story tall, football shaped, lobby/atrium featuring player memorabilia and a player’s lounge; a three-story office building for Chiefs’ administrative, marketing, training and executive staff; and two auditorium style meeting rooms.

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