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Nido and Mariana Quebein Arena
This project is a new basketball arena for High Point University in High Point, NC. The arena will seat 4,500 spectators and include luxury suites, locker rooms, staff offices, concession stands, a me
Cincinnati Tennis Center Court South - - 2018 Tekla North America BIM Awards
Located at The Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason, Ohio, the new 40,000 square foot South Building stands 104 feet tall. BDMD Architects planned and designed the building and LEI provided structura
Chase Center - 2018 Tekla North America BIM Awards
Chase Center is an 18,000 seat sports and multi-purpose entertainment arena in Mission Bay, San Francisco. The Chase Center is on schedule to be completed for the 2019/2020 NBA season and will be the
St. Elizabeth's East Entertainment & Sports Arena - 2018 Tekla North America BIM Awards
The St. Elizabeths East Entertainment and Sports Arena (ESA) will be an innovative venue, that is a state-of-the-art, new hybrid of NBA training facility coupled with a performance hall located at th
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2016 North American BIM Awards - Syracuse University Practice Facility
Syracuse University’s Ensley Athletic Center is a stand out facility that enhances its football team’s ability to practice, train and recruit new players.
2016 North American BIM Awards - Iowa State University Jack Trice Stadium by The Weitz Company
Jack Trice Stadium Improvements Phase 3 bowls in the South End Zone. This work included replacement of the 2,918 south end zone bleacher seats and 6,000 hillside seats with 13,330 permanent upper.
2016 North American BIM Awards - Rogers Place
Rogers Place, the new 18,640-seats home arena of the Edmonton Oilers, will be an architectural icon of downtown Edmonton.