Congratulations to Santa Rosa Junior College and the entire Santa Rosa Community on the start of the long awaited new sports complex. The $30+ million dollar projects, being led by Wright Contracting, includes a new 50 meter Olympic sized pool, Field House at Bailey Field, synthetic turf baseball diamond, synthetic turf softball field and high performance natural grass soccer pitch for both the men's and women's soccer teams. (See colored site plan courtesy ELS Architecture and SWA Landscape Architects) These are exciting times for all past, present and future Bear Cubs as this entire district of Campus will be transformed over the course of the next 12 to 16 months.
Lloyd Sports + Engineering is honored by being leading the playing field design, for all three of the new sports fields, for the multi disciplinary design team directed by ELS Architecture of Berkeley and in association with SWA Landscape Architects and CSWST2 Engineering Group.
Photo Courtesy of UCLA Athletics
Lloyd Sports + Engineering is thrilled to be a member of the engineering and design team for the amazing new additions to Jackie Robinson Stadium. Lloyd is spearheading the design of the new, all weather infield training area and new pitching bullpens under the leadership of HKS Architecture's Los Angeles Office. Lloyd's expertise in high performance, professional and amateur baseball venues includes nearly all of the Spring training facilities for Arizona's Cactus League, including the most recent renovations for the Milwaukee Brewers and the new home of the Chicago Cubs, Sloan Park. On the collegiate front, Lloyd was involved at both Vanderbilt University and Oklahoma State, both perennial NCCA title contenders, with major upgrades to their baseball facilities in the past year. Lloyd was also the engineer of record for a major overhaul of ASA Softball's Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, the home for the Women's College World Series.
Check out the full release on the UCLA website.