Click on the numbers to see a description of each location. Please note: while these plans and renderings show our current goals for the facility, changes may be made as the project nears construction.
A 180x75 foot turf field will allow the soccer team to practice all year long and facilitate other sports like flag football and ultimate frisbee.
The field house will have ample room for equipment and storage to support many uses.
The gymnasium will be used for recreation, classes and varsity games. It can be configured as one or two regulation-sized basketball courts as well for other sports such as volleyball and badminton.
Locker rooms will be added later.
Two new workout areas will feature signifcantly more space on two floors. The first floor will house weight training equipment and the second floor will hold cardio machines.
At the entrance will be a reception desk, conference room and two offices.
The main entrance (faces west toward the Krueger Center)
Corridor to the east entrance and Larson Aquatic Center.
Stairs lead to the upper level.
Men's and women's restrooms
Open to below.
Cardio exercise room.
An elevated walking track around the perimeter of the new building on the second level will provide a place to walk or run while building community in all kinds of weather.
Elevator to first floor.
Multipurpose open space.
Below: a view from the entrance. The new field house will have dedicated concessions stands next to the gym entrance.
Below: the weight room. With more than three times the space of the current weight room, the new facility will give students plenty of room to work out. The current weight room will give the Health and Human Performance Program addition classroom space.
Below: a view of the main gym. The gym may be configured as one or two regulation college courts. The will also be configurable for volleyball and other sports.
Below: cardio gym. Students can get their hearts racing in the open cardio gym or using the running track the will encircle the upper level of the field house. The current cardio gym, which is less than a third of the new space, will be a classroom.
Below: a view of the turf field from the running track. The north end of the building will provide space for turf field to allow the soccer team to practice all year long and facilitate other sports like flag football or ultimate frisbee.
Below: a view from the northwest. A new roof on the existing Larson Lifestyle Center building will repair damage caused by moisture and pool chemicals.
Below: a view from the southwest. The new entrance for the Nursing Program will now have a ramp for those with mobility issues. The old Larson Lifestyle Center entrance on the lower level will also be updated to prevent flooding, and will remain for access to the Health and Human Performance Program's offices and classrooms.