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Louisiana State University - Basketball Practice Facility :: RDG Planning & Design

Louisiana State University - Basketball Practice Facility

Baton Rouge, LA

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Architecture Overview:

The project consists of a 48,000 gross square foot addition to the existing Pete Maravich Assembly Center at Louisiana State University. The building addition includes 2 new practice courts for the Men's and Women's Basketball teams, storage, restrooms and a new 2-story Entry Lobby with ample space for displaying the team's successes. The addition also includes: locker rooms, team viewing rooms, team lounges, and general meeting rooms.

Interior Design Overview:

The project consists of a 48,000 gross square foot addition to the existing Pete Maravich Assembly Center at Louisiana State University. The building addition includes 2 new practice courts for the Men's and Women's Basketball teams, storage, restrooms and a new 2-story Entry Lobby with ample space for displaying the team's successes. The addition also includes: locker rooms, team viewing rooms, team lounges, and general meeting rooms.

Lighting Design Overview:

  • CLIENT: Louisiana State University
  • COMPLETE: August 2010
  • SIZE:
    Addition: 58,960 sq ft; Renovation: 1,100 sq ft
  • AWARDS:
    • Iowa/ Minnesota Illuminating Engineering Society - Regional Lighting Awards - 2011
    • Illuminating Engineering Society - National Lighting Award of Merit - 2011
    • PCI Design Awards - Honorable Mention - Best Stadiums / Arenas / Sports Facilities - 2012
  • View Related Project Types:
    College & University, Sports

When we have a facility like this, which is equivalent to the laboratories we provide to our scientists, we are able to say to prospective student athletes 'You come to this place that has a commitment to doing the best. It is a place that cares about giving you a platform on which you can become the best possible talent that you can become.' This place is first class and will compete first class with anybody in the nation.

- Former LSU President John Lombardi