The Sports and Recreation Facilities designed by PWA show a keen understanding of the important connection between mind and body. Our firm understanding of the rules and regulations of a variety of sports facilities has helped us guide athletic deparments and other clients through the planning and design process.
Types of Sports Facilities:
- Aquatic facilities
- Athletic complexes
- Baseball stadiums
- Football stadiums
- Locker rooms
- Master planning
- NCAA Track and Field Facilities
- Soccer/Concession Facilities
- Tennis courts
- Weight rooms
Missouri Valley College is the home of the 78,000 square foot Burns Athletic Center that includes a 2,000-seat gymnasium, indoor track, weight room, locker rooms, training rooms, classrooms, coaches' offices, and the Viking Hall of Fame.
The new addition at Rock Bridge High School includes an auxiliary gym, weight room, wrestling room, varsity football locker room and three team locker rooms.
The new gym and classroom addition at Hickman High School includes a competition gym, a 2,200 seat football grandstand, and a two-story building housing classrooms for vocational studies.
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With aspirations to increase the private school options in the region, the Diocese of Jefferson City hired the PWA team to develop a master plan and designs for a new Regional Catholic High School in Columbia, Missouri.
The City of Boonville, Missouri considered several options and then hired PWA and Counsilman-Hunsaker to develop the design for an outdoor leisure pool with a concessions building, bathhouse, shading canopies and a pump house.
The Central Methodist University Weight room Addition project is an approximate 10,000 square foot addition to Puckett Fieldhouse which includes a weight room, coaches offices, meeting rooms, and public restrooms.
This first phase of a multi-phase project for the Southern Boone County School District included one new building and improvements to various buildings on the school district's three separate campuses.
The 1,500 seat baseball stadium is divided vertically by a cross aisle with chair seats leading down to the field and bench seating up to the new press box level. A 1,500 square foot press box houses game management functions, press broadcast, and an alumni room.
It was challenging to program and design stadium facilities for an already existing track, soccer, and softball areas, as well as other track and field competitive events. Back-to-back seating offered an innovative solution for the Audrey J. Walton Stadium Complex at the University of Missouri in Columbia.