Experience and Expertise
Our commitment to sustainability has helped set the standard in sports facility green design. For example, Medlar Field, on the campus of Penn State University, was completed in 2006 and was the first ballpark in the U.S. to earn LEED certification. L.R. Kimball served as the lead architect and designer for the project.
With a portfolio of more than 135 sports projects totaling more than $500 million in constructed value, we pride ourselves on meeting clients’ strategic objectives – designing attractive and sustainable facilities that enhance recruiting efforts, expanding revenue opportunities and making the fan experience the best it can be.
Full Service Capabilities
Our full service architectural design and sports business consulting services are available to major universities, colleges, professional sports franchises, private and community recreation organizations, and private clubs.
Our clients benefit from our instant ability to call on in-house experts who can provide a wide range of services during every phase of any project. A sampling of services includes:
- Mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering
- Civil and environmental engineering
- Traffic engineering
- Geotechnical engineering and surveying
- Communications technology design
- LEED design services
- Landscape architecture
- Interior design
- Construction administration
This integrated team approach sets us apart and ensures that our clients receive the high levels of service that they deserve – and that we demand.
Designing the First LEED Certified Baseball Park in the U.S.
L.R. Kimball led the design effort for Penn State University’s Medlar Field, a 5,500-seat, 152,194-square-foot baseball park that was completed in 2006. Medlar Field was the first ballpark in the country to earn LEED certification and has been heralded as one of America’s best ballparks. It is home to the Penn State baseball team and a minor league team from the New York-Penn League.