Cougar Baseball Complex at Washington State University, North American Modern Campus Buildings, US Architecture Projects
Cougar Baseball Complex in Washington
Sep 6, 2022
Architects: SRG Partnership, Inc.
Location: Pullman, Washington, USA
Photos: Dan Cronin, Lincoln Barbour Studio
Cougar Baseball Complex, WA
The reimagined home of Cougar Baseball includes a state-of-the-art team facility offering a wide range of amenities aimed at enhancing student-athlete development and wellbeing. Integrating the coach’s vision and unique team culture, this new facility empowers Washington State University (WSU) to consistently recruit top Division I athletes, showcase and build upon WSU’s rich baseball history, and propel the program to new heights as it sets its sights on the road “Back to Omaha,” the storied venue for the College World Series.
Gateway to the Community
One of the primary goals of the project was to create a welcoming front door for WSU Baseball that enhances the game day experience for the surrounding campus and community via the new stadium entry.
Organized around a busy and highly visible corner, this 12,550-square-feet facility improves flow and access and builds on WSU’s Master Plan as an important visual and pedestrian link for the broader campus context. Gesturing back to the existing Bailey-Brayton Stadium surrounding it, the new building is strategically positioned to offer maximum flexibility for future growth and expansion.
All About Team
The team facility is a celebrated hub where coaches and players come together to develop a stronger team bond and a championship culture. As a natural attraction at the heart of the building, the nutrition area is open to the lounge and meeting room to accommodate different uses and encourage interactions between coaching, staff, and student-athletes. Direct views from the front entry through the meeting room reinforce the important connection to Bailey-Brayton Field.
A Holistic Approach to Performance and Wellbeing
Programs included in this new facility combine more traditional team and coaching spaces with cutting-edge, performance-focused amenities geared toward development of the total student-athlete.
Some of these amenities include areas for weights, strength/conditioning, recovery, athletic medicine, nutrition, hydrotherapy, and teaching—all under one roof. This results in integrated, holistic environments and amenities for student-athletes that are unparalleled, modeling WSU’s commitment to developing athletes, students, and leaders in their communities.
Cougar Baseball Complex, Washington State University – Building Information
SRG Design Team
Jeff Yrazabal, Design Principal
Bethany Gelbrich, Project Manager
Phillip Lopez, Project Designer
Qiqi de Graaff, Interior Designer
Gary Danielson, Project Architect
Robert Lochner, Project Architect
Jim Wilson, Specifications
Kirill Ryadchenko, BIM Manager
Architecture and Interior Design: SRG Partnership, Inc. – https://srgpartnership.com/
Contractor: Hoffman Construction Company
Civil Engineer: SynTier Engineering
Structural Engineer: KPFF
Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing Engineer: MW Consulting Engineers
Experiential Design: Gallagher Designs
Photography: Dan Cronin, Lincoln Barbour Studio
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Location: Pullman, Washington, USA
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