University of Nebraska-Lincoln Hibner Stadium & Barbara Hibner Field for soccer and Sid & Hazel Dillon Tennis Center
Services provided on this project:
- Landscape Architecture,
RDG designed top-level facilities on the UNL campus that provide the tennis and soccer programs the opportunity to compete for championships in the Big Ten and nationally. The complex is on the edge of campus and serves as a front door to the University, so Brick and concrete are used as the dominant material in locations most visible to pedestrians and spectators and the metal soccer grandstand is being clad with brick and concrete to give it more permanence and a collegiate feel. The indoor tennis building and its support wing are located to serve as the hub of support for all student-athlete and spectator activities, and to provide enclosure to the north edge of the soccer stadium.
Landscape Architecture Overview:
- CLIENT: University of Nebraska-Lincoln
- COMPLETE: November 2015
79,168 SF (indoor components)
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"Where we played was nice, but it wasn't a soccer stadium. The stands were 25, 30 yards away, it didn't have lights, the size of the field was small, we shared it with another sport. But this is phenomenal. Everything is first class. There's nothing cookie-cutter about it."
- John Walker, UNL Head Soccer Coach