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Virginia Tech Indoor Athletic Training Facility

Virginia Tech Indoor Athletic Training Facility

Challenge Design-Build Project Delivery Addressed:
Design-build project delivery allowed Virginia Tech to realize the benefits of a competitive design process combined with a sole source of responsibility for cost and schedule. The resulting signature building is an instrumental asset expanding Virginia Tech’s core brand while supporting the university’s mission, spirit and philosophy.
 
Summary:
Virginia Tech’s Indoor Athletic Training Facility is an instrumental asset expanding Virginia Tech’s core brand while supporting the university’s mission, spirit and philosophy. The 91,000-square-foot facility offers ample room for full-contact scrimmages with practice space for football, baseball, softball, and lacrosse teams. The facility features roll up doors for protection against inclement weather, two observation decks and full stadium lighting. This signature building reflects the spirit of Virginia Tech’s traditions and campus architecture.

 

Design-Build Team
Client/Owner Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Design-Builder W. M. Jordan Company
General Contractor W. M. Jordan Company
Architect HKS, Inc.
Engineers Draper Aden Associates, Dunbar Milby Williams Pittman & Vaughan
Specialty Contractor Southern Air, Inc.
Specialty Consultants Sustainable Design Consulting, LLC, Sherman Construction Co., Inc.
Other Team Members Sports PLAN Studio, HKS, Inc., Southern Air, Inc.
Duration of Construction: 15 months
Project Cost: $18,155,968