MSU Women's Soccer Field House / Starkville, MS - A new facility for the MSU Women’s Soccer team directly adjacent to the soccer field. The field house contains a home team locker room and showers, an equipment room, treatment room, team room, coaches’ office and shower and visiting team shower. Full architectural services; Construction cost: $1.5 Million; 3,857 SF; Completion date: 2016.
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Gulfport Sportsplex / Gulfport, MS - Dale Partners provided design services for buildings at the Gulfport Sportsplex. These buildings include two restroom buildings with meeting rooms, a pavilion with concessions, multipurpose rooms and an entrance pavilion with gate. The Sportsplex is home to events such as Youth Baseball and Softball tournaments, Softball National Championship, NCAA Division 1 Gulf Coast Softball Classic, soccer tournaments, regional and national tournaments, and Easter egg hunts. Full architectural services; Construction cost: $1.8 Million; 8,794 SF; Estimated completion date: 2018.
Belhaven University Football Facility
Belhaven University Football Facility / Jackson, MS - Dale Partners provided services for the football and soccer facility at Belhaven University. This project includes a campus master plan, stadium design, site layout, and video board masonry as well as a combination entrance and gathering place known as "Blazers Plaza". A special feature is located to the south of "Blazers Plaza" and consists of a series of brick columns with concrete caps, a decorative base wall and appropriate signage that acts as a focal point of the project. Full architectural services; Construction cost: $1.6 Million; 6,844 SF; Completion date: 2016.
Caillavet Park / Biloxi, MS - Dale Partners provided full architectural services for this new baseball stadium located in Biloxi off of Highway 90 near Beau Rivage Resort & Casino. The new 6,040-seat, 455,000 SF stadium is the home for the Biloxi Shuckers, a Minor League Baseball team affiliated with the Milwaukee Brewers. It can also host other large outdoor events such as concerts and festivals during the off -season. An elevated connector connects the ballpark to the casino and a 350-car parking garage blends in with the stadium’s design. The stadium layout is organized around the concourse level that wraps around the field and includes concessions, a lounge and a team store. The majority of the seating is located below the concourse level with 12 suites situated above the concourse. Full architectural services; Construction cost: $30.5 Million; 455,000 SF; 6,040 seats; Completion date: 2015.
Trustmark Park / Pearl, MS - Our firm served as Architect of Record providing design and construction administration services for Trustmark Park, home of the Atlanta Braves Class AA Team, the Mississippi Braves. The stadium features an amphitheater design with the playing field below the entrance level and a 360-degree concourse. The total seating capacity is 7,200 with 5,500 chair-back seats. Amenities include 22 luxury skyboxes, a full LED video board, a corporate picnic pavilion and a full-service restaurant that is open year round. In addition to the games, the park also serves as a venue for athletic events, as well as concerts, shows and other family entertainment. Completion date: 2005. In Association with HOK Sports+Venue+Events
Biloxi Entertainment District Master Plan / Biloxi, MS - Our firm is providing master planning services for a new entertainment district in Biloxi. The development is planned to include a new baseball stadium, a convention complex, a new Bass Pro Shop, an expansion to the existing Imperial Palace including a new hotel, several retail venues, a miniature golf course and two new parking garages. Master planning services; 2,493,050 GSF total; 365,600 GSF Imperial Palace Hotel expansion; 118,600 GSF convention complex; 429,200 GSF convention hotel; 7,200-seat baseball stadium; 10,300 GSF IMAX; 3,000-seat theater; 259,800 GSF retail.
Jackson Sports Arena
Downtown Jackson Sports Arena / Jackson, MS - Our firm was selected along with programmers/planners, Brailsford & Dunlavey, to provide services for a feasibility study for a new sports arena in downtown Jackson.
Gulfport Baseball Development / Gulfport, MS - This proposed baseball development is in the early preliminary stages. The project’s plans include a new baseball stadium with seating for approximately 7,000 in a 225,500 SF facility, surface parking for 3,400, a 200-key hotel, retail, restaurants, a mini-golf facility and other supporting facilities.Full architectural services; Estimated construction cost: $28.0 Million; 7,000 seats; 225,000 SF facility; Completion date: 2005.
Ocala Baseball Development / Ocala, FL - Our firm is providing services for the design of a new baseball stadium development for a Class A advanced affiliate of the New York Yankees in Ocala, Florida. The stadium is planned to include 4,000 seats and is a part of a sports complex located in the heart of the commercial district. The entry includes a processional of palms trees with classic architecture incorporating hints of Yankee stadium. The stadium will sit on one side of a main roundabout and will face a sports complex on the other side. The design will include amenities such as an entry plaza, team store, stadium club, restaurant, family fun zone and terrace seating. Full architectural services; Estimated construction cost: $107.5 Million; 4,000 seats
Main Street Parque
Main Street Parque / Biloxi, MS - Main Street Parque was planned as an inner-city mixed-use development including a new baseball stadium in Biloxi. The project was planned to include 4,200 linear feet of retail frontage, 350,000 SF of retail and commercial office space, a ten-screen multiplex cinema and a festival area. Plans also included 537,975 SF of residential development in areas over commercial spaces and in free-standing 11-story towers. Shared mixed-use parking areas serving all entities of the development were located internally and on the street level. The area boasted easy access by being planned within walking distance of downtown Biloxi’s Vieux Mache and also through bus/trolley stops throughout the blocks. A major component of this project was evaluating different site options and completing a site analysis.
ASU Convocation Center
ASU Convocation Center / Alcorn State University / Lorman, MS - Our firm provided services for the design of a new 128,000 SF Convocation Center and 148,000 SF Health and Physical Education Center. The Convocation Center was planned to feature two levels including a 5000 seat event arena, a pedestrian concourse and athletic team facilities and offices. The Convocation Center was planned to have the versatility to host academic events ranging from small lectures to larger group meetings, sporting events, student entertainment and convocations for 6,000. The Health and Physical Education Center was planned to have two indoor basketball courts, an indoor swimming pool, two racquetball courts, athletic weight training, indoor running/jogging track, physical fitness/training rooms, physical education classrooms, physical therapy/training rooms, student locker rooms, a café, retail shops and faculty offices. Programming and concept design services; Estimated construction cost: $40.0 Million; 276,000 GSF.
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ASU Baseball Field
ASU Baseball Field Improvements / Alcorn State University, Lorman, MS - Our firm provided design services for the new baseball stadium at Alcorn State University. The new stadium seats 536 fans and includes men’s/women’s restroom facilities, a concession stand, locker rooms, coach’s office, press box, dugouts, backstop netting, foul poles, entry gate, ticket booths, concrete walks, stadium entry slab and a new asphalt drive down to the stadium.Full architectural services; Construction cost: $1.25 Million; 536 seats; Completion date: 2006.