The project involved the renovation and reconstruction of approximately 20 acres of the existing high school campus adding a new 5,000 seat football/soccer/track stadium including a new ticket, concession, team and restroom building, as well as new tennis courts, and baseball and softball fields.
The project involved the renovation and reconstruction of approximately 20 acres of the existing high school campus adding a new 5,000 seat football/soccer/track stadium including a new ticket, concession, team and restroom building, as well as new basketball courts, student parking lot, and baseball and softball fields.
WLC Architects Inc., in collaboration with Siegfried/Beals Alliance, was responsible for designing and completing the new track and field. The competitors in the Special Olympics Summer Games were the first athletes to use the new track.
CSULB’s new Track and Field Facility is WLC’s second NCAA Certified Track and Field Facility developed to date within the last 5 years. It is also IAAF Certified which allows Olympic-level track and field events to be held there. The Cal State Long Beach Track and Field team has won 1st place overall in the Big West Track and Field Conference for the last three years and plans to continue their success with this new facility in the years to come. The University just won the bid to have the 2016 Big West Track and Field Conference held at their new facility.
Team, fantastic job–the track looks great! Your effort and commitment really made the difference in making sure this project got completed successfully. What an improvement for the students and the University.
– David Salazar, CSULB
It is beautiful and you guys did a phenomenal job. Congrats to all.
– Sharon Taylor, CSULB
Wow, great job! Turned out awesome. Nice work!
– Fernando Solorzano, CSULB
Thanks for all the hard work and oversight on the project. To be sure, it’s a facility that will be impactful for faculty, staff, students and our track program.
– Vic Cegles, CSULB
For the UCR Track and Field Replacement, WLC demolished the existing track and field including bleachers on both sides, installed a new NCAA Division 1 synthetic track and field and relocated the existing hammer-throw cage and shot put. UCR hosted the 2015 NCAA Division 1 Big West Championship on their new track and field.
New sports fields for an existing High School, consisting of a 5,000 seat stadium, team locker rooms, 3 classroom/concessions buildings, pool/locker room/concession building, 50 meter pool with 500 seat bleacher area, sand volleyball, varsity baseball field, varsity softball field, and practice fields.
Sustainable features include thermal-solar panels for swimming pool, natural lighting with tubular skylights and energy efficient mechanical/electrical equipment, infiltration trenches around sports fields, and multi-flow football field drainage.