Texas football is a sensory experience—the sight of Friday Night Lights, the roar of excited fans, the taste of concession stand popcorn that somehow tastes better when it’s served in a paper bag… and maybe even a little better when it’s eaten in a brand new, modern stadium.
This fall, Crowley ISD will unveil its newest sports complex to serve both Crowley and North Crowley high schools. As part of the 2007 bond package, this new, 8,000-seat facility will include a field house, locker and training room areas, and a split-level press box. The north endzone will also have an impressive 60 x 30 ft LED video scoreboard. Unique to this venue, the second level of the field house is a 3,000 SF community room that offers the ability to host large events.
Working with VLK Architects and Steele Freeman Construction, TNP provided civil engineering, surveying, and landscape architecture services that took this bond package item from concepts, dreams, and lines on a page to an impressive, modern facility that can turn viewing a football game into an elite community experience.
Sports aren’t just about staying active. They’re about healthy competition, balance, leadership, and teamwork. Projects like these remind us why we do what we do—our work helps promote community, a sense of belonging, and fosters healthy development of children that creates a better world.