Lloyd Sports + Engineering is proud to be a part of the New Nissan Stadium transformation and to be working alongside this incredibly talented team!
Our very own Zach Plum, shared with the media announcement: “We are honored to continue our partnership with the Titans on this historic project because we know it will be something the City of Nashville and all of Tennessee can be proud of for years to come.”
The New Nissan Stadium will be built on the eastern side of the Cumberland River in Nashville, east of the existing stadium campus. Features of the building include a state-of-the-art playing field, a circular translucent roof; exterior porches with panoramic views of Nashville; improved sightlines for all spectators through a range of diverse seating experiences; and a 12,000 square-foot community space available for use year-round. Check out newnissanstadium.com for more information!
See the link below for the official media announcement:
The complete Architecture and Engineering Team includes:
TVS – Atlanta, Georgia
Manica – Kansas City, Kansas
Community Solutions by Design – Nashville, Tennessee
Culture Architecture and Design – Nashville, Tennessee
Downstream – Portland, Oregon
DFH Services – Nashville, Tennessee
Ed Roether – Louisburg, Kansas
EOA Architects – Nashville, Tennessee
EP Atelier – Los Angeles, California
Hawkins Partners – Nashville, Tennessee
HLB Lighting Design – Miami, Florida
Howe Engineers – Norwell, Massachusetts
Lloyd Sports + Engineering – Tempe, Arizona
Logan Patri Engineering – Nashville, Tennessee
McCoy Design – Nashville, Tennessee
ME Engineers – Golden, Colorado
Momentum Transport Consultancy – London, United Kingdom
Persohn Hahn – Tomball, Texas
RaganSmith – Nashville, Tennessee
S2O – Chicago, Illinois
Simpson Gumpertz & Heger – Washington, D.C.
Smith Seckman Reid – Nashville, Tennessee
Walter P Moore – Kansas City, Missouri
WJHW – Carrollton, Texas
(Video courtesy of Tennessee Titans.)
Check out some photos of the newly completed sports complex we designed in Dickinson, North Dakota that wrapped up this past April! 🥎
This facility includes:
This project is the epitome of designing to create a community. We hope Dickinson State University and its community will enjoy this facility for the next 50 years!
Great to be underway at Tumbleweed Park Recreation Center! The expansion of the facility including updated landscaping, relocated services and a new indoor sports court will continue to grow and foster the recreation community in the Chandler region!
Renovating existing aged courts can be challenging enough on its own. Renovating the existing courts at North Tahoe Regional Park had some unique challenges, due to its location in the Lake Tahoe Basin. Any construction project located in the Tahoe Basin can potentially have considerable costs due to trucking materials and equipment in and out of the basin. One approach we implemented on this project to help with this challenge was grinding & milling the existing asphalt courts in place.
Originally used for highways and roadway projects, milling/pulverizing isn’t often used on tennis courts. However, since the footprints and extent of the courts were not significantly changing from the existing layout, we could pulverize the aged asphalt in place, and pave over the crushed material for the new courts. This process essentially turns the old asphalt pavement into Recycled Asphalt Base (RAB). Recycling old construction materials helps reduce project costs and the project's overall environmental/carbon impact. This reduced costs in demolition by removing the material to a suitable disposal site, while saving other materials for import to the site. Working closely with the contractor, materials testing engineer, and owner, Lloyd Sports + Engineering provided a design that recycled the old courts into the new Tennis and Pickleball courts the park has today. Look at our previous post from last week to see what the finished product looks like!
We wrapped up construction of the new Tennis and Pickleball Courts for North Tahoe Regional Park, in October 2023. Take a look at these views from the Tahoe Tree Top Adventure Park! 🎾🤾♀️
North Tahoe Regional Park had 5 existing tennis courts that needed renovation. NTPUD asked Lloyd to design 3 new tennis courts and 6 pickleball courts within the same footprints of the existing courts. This design process was a quick design process (about three months) due to NTPUD’s clear project goals and decisive decision making. Not only did we design the courts, but also designed two courtyard options for each pack of courts. There was a base courtyard design and there was an add-alternate of a more enhanced courtyard design. Stay tuned for more NTRP updates!