Lewis completed the first ever LEED Platinum public aquatic center. The project was an addition to a fully functioning community center. Work included pool mechanical and electrical systems, pumps and filters, heat exchangers, boilers, water treatment and chlorination systems, solar collectors and interactive water features including water slides. The project also included renovations to the existing community center, locker rooms and support areas.
Renovation & upgrades to the Ford Stadium included the addition of eight new suites / 163 new seats, and a new 228-seat Hall of Champions Club, in time for the 2013 season and SMU’s move to the BIG EAST. Among the great features of the new Club and suites is their indoor/outdoor design which will allow fans to enjoy the comfort of indoor amenities as well as the excitement of sitting out in the bowl and hearing the roar of the crowd and the hard-hitting action on the field.
Lewis recently completed this athletic field renovation for Valley Catholic High School in Beaverton, Oregon. The existing field was removed to install proper under field drainage and extensive stormwater utilities as well as a new stormwater swale. Additionally, the project included a new 3,200 square foot field house, 500 seat bleacher grandstand and a press box building. The new field house provides a variety of amenities for athletic events including restrooms, concessions, team locker rooms and a training room.
This high-end club is situated on a tight hillside site between Lake Washington and surrounding homes. Lewis has completed numerous projects for this client over the years, always minimizing inconvenience to members and neighbors. The latest project was a new pro shop and north lawn. Past work includes subdivision of an existing gymnasium into a lower-level exercise room and new gym above, and a full renovation of the historic clubhouse which dates to the 1890s. The latter project also included upgrades to the squash courts, a new entry drive, and an outdoor hot tub.
Lewis recently completed a new 63,535 square foot athletics center on the occupied Lakeside Upper School campus. Upgrades include a competition gym with permanent seating for 800, four full-sized practice courts, a padded mat room, strength and conditioning and sports medicine facilities, three classrooms, locker rooms, staff offices, and lobby and event space. Sustainability features include photovoltaics on the roof.
Lewis extensively restored and updated this high school, a Seattle landmark since 1923. This included a new free-standing athletic and performing arts building. The gymnasium includes 14 basketball hoops, bleachers with 1,827 seats, and gymnastic, wrestling, and volleyball equipment. Other areas include locker rooms, a weight room, a training room, and a Teen Life Center (also with a gym) that is run by the City of Seattle. Outdoors, the project included a synthetic turf football/soccer field with grandstand, a track, and facilities for shot put, pole vault, long jump, and high jump.
The new 115,000 SF Broncos Indoor Practice Facility will feature a full-length football field, team locker room, office area, video production room and a new retail store. Running concurrently with the practice facility to the East will be renovations and additions to the existing Headquarters Building. Included in the headquarters project will be; a new commercial kitchen/cafeteria, renovation to the lobby, press room and office spaces. In the end, these new and improved facilities will rank with the best in the professional football industry.
In two phases, Lewis built a new baseball park for University of Oregon and the Eugene Emeralds. Phase I consisted of the demolition of a segment of Autzen Stadium’s parking lot, excavation and grading of the baseball field, FieldTurf installation, bullpens, perimeter walls, light and video board structures and temporary dugouts. Phase II construction included the main seating bowl with over 2,500 individual seats, entry plaza and architectural pylons, locker rooms, a team clubhouse, premium seating suites, exposed wood roof canopy, concessions areas, and large public restrooms.
The Pradera Clubhouse is a 25,700 s.f., 2-story building located in Parker, Colorado. The facility includes a full service kitchen, restaurant, lounge, bar, golf shop, administration areas, men’s and women’s locker room and a fitness center.
The structure is cast in place with precast hollow core planks providing the second floor structure. The exterior skin is a combination of brick, cultured stone and plaster and the roof is concrete tile with metal barrel vault roof accents. The interior of the facility is a combination of cultured stone, plaster, timbers, ornamental iron and architectural wood work. This project also contains 5 fireplaces, 150-space parking lot, tennis courts, bag drop structure, outdoor terraces and an event lawn.
Saunders also simultaneously completed Pradera’s new golf course maintenance building and community center and pool. All three facilities opened in Spring 2005.
This 54,300 s.f. recreation center was completed in March 2004. Located within the South Suburban Recreation District at Lincoln Avenue and I-25, the facility includes a full-sized gymnasium, leisure pool, lap swim pool, water slide, multi-purpose area, stage, racquetball courts, and aerobics room. The building also includes a 5,300 s.f. mezzanine used primarily as an indoor running track.
The structure is steel frame with load bearing structural masonry around the gymnasium. The exterior skin of the building includes masonry, EIFS, and storefront and curtain glazing systems.