Wichita’s (KS) yet-to-be named, $75-million stadium that will be built for the relocating New Orleans Baby Cakes (Triple-A, Pacific Coast League) will have seating for 10,000 fans, the agreement says. That’s 3,600 more than 84-year-old Lawrence-Dumont Stadium that is slated for demolition. Read more here.
Category Archives: Design & Construction
New concrete? Negative. Maybe a space @DerekSharrer can put all his Executive of the Year Awards? Afraid not. Perhaps an area @TWSaint can host his after hour parties? Great idea, but no. It's the official groundbreaking for a museum honoring baseball in St. Paul. Coming in 2019. pic.twitter.com/C1an2kXnoW
— St. Paul Saints (@StPaulSaints) October 12, 2018
Worcester’s (MA) Designer Selection Board wrapped up two days of interviews Thursday with seven prospective architects for the city’s minor league ballpark project. After interviewing three firms Wednesday and four on Thursday, the board went behind closed doors late Thursday afternoon to discuss the merits of the proposals. Read more here.
A topping off ceremony took place for the Las Vegas Ballpark at Downtown Summerlin (NV), just south of City National Arena Thursday. The ceremony marked the construction progress and recognizes the 200 workers construction workers on the Howard Hughes Corporation project. Read more here.
— Las Vegas Ballpark (@thelvballpark) October 11, 2018
Building a new minor league baseball stadium in downtown Kingsport (TN) for the Kingsport Mets (Rookie, Appalachian League) is now the main focus of the One Kingsport initiative. It essentially takes the place of the outdoor venue idea and expands upon it. Read more here.
Worcester (MA) officials are set Friday to select New York-based Skanska USA, a subsidiary of Swedish construction firm Skanska, as the owner’s project manager for the $90-million Worcester Red Sox stadium project. Read more here.
Seven firms have submitted bid proposals to the city in response to a Request for Qualifications issued by the Worcester Redevelopment Authority for design and construction administration services for a professional minor league baseball park with a maximum seating capacity of 10,000. Read more here.