Stadiums, sports complexes and rec centers are fun to dream up and design as focal points in a community that folks will flock to. But they’re also structures with a purpose. Owners should be as diligent in the design phase of these facilities as they are for an office or distribution center.
There’s a lot to think about in terms of site, design, materials and methods before ground is ever broken. If you want a stadium, sports complex or rec center to be successful, Palmer construction offers you a full service from site selection advice to construction itself.Architects, designers and contractors choose us to solve their complicated problems – from providing structural durability and improving the aesthetic appeal of concrete structures; to water proofing below grade building components; providing air, water and moisture protection to walls and roofs; and fire protection for structural steel elements of the building.Getting a stadium construction project off to the right start means finding a site with ample infrastructure networks in a location that won’t diminish user experience.
Many world famous sports facilities rely on our premium products to enhance structural performance and ensure many years of uninterrupted service. We have participated in the construction of a wide variety of sports complexes and stadiums: football, baseball, hockey, cricket, judo, swimming, golf, car, motorcycle or horse racing, to name a few.
Now in stadium construction design to adapt is very important especially with modern recreational centers, adaptability and diversity are crucial. These venues often have something for everyone —weights, cardio equipment, running tracks, spin rooms, zumba rooms, rock climbing walls, gymnasiums, pools and more.Palmer helps you to plan to accommodate their patrons’ current tastes while designing for future adaptability. Owners who paint themselves into a corner by designing facilities with limited, fixed offerings will see attendance drop off —and revenues diminish— as tastes shift toward activities they cannot provide and we help you avoid such situations.
Adaptable, multi-use complexes are popular on both sides of the equation: Users have an array of activities and amenities to choose from while site owners maintain the flexibility needed to adapt to changing tastes and keep people coming back.