Select Project by Client CategorySchools, Colleges & Universities
The projects contained in this category were completed for a variety of educational institutions across the country. The institutions vary from high schools, to small colleges and to major universities.
Studies Resulting in Construction
Aebersold Student Recreation CenterSlippery Rock, PA
Ballard*King developed a preliminary operations assessment for a proposed student recreation center at Slippery Rock University.
Center of ClaytonClayton, MO
The Center of Clayton was designed to bring opportunities for diverse recreational activities to the citizens of Clayton and the surrounding area. People of all ages and stages of life enjoy this facility.
Clearfield Aquatic Center StudyClearfield, UT
With a desire to provide aquatic opportunities for the community, the City and School District pooled their resources to see the Clearfield Aquatic Center become reality.
Common Ground Community CenterElkhorn, NE
This facility is a joint venture between the City of Elkhorn and the Elkhorn Public Schools District teaming together to bring a winning center to the community.
Georgia Tech Campus Recreation CenterAtlanta, GA
The 300,000 SF renovation and addition to Georgia Tech's Campus Recreation Center cost 37.25 million dollars. The 1996 Olympic aquatic venue had challenges to overcome but the results of this state-of-the-art center were award winning.
Jim Parsley Community CenterVancouver, WA
The Jim Parsley Community Center was built by the Vancouver School District and houses several organizations working together to assist families and children. The recreation center offers fitness and wellness programs as well as a free clinic.
Medina Recreation Center/High SchoolMedina, OH
The Medina Recreation Center was a joint project between the Medina City Schools and the City of Medina.
Murry Watson Jr. Student Recreation CenterSweetwater, TX
Ballard*King and Associates worked with Texas State Technical College on the pre-design planning of a student recreation center that would also serve the citizens of Sweetwater as a public recreation center.
Oberlin College Student Recreation CenterOberlin, OH
The Jesse Philips Physical Education Center, a 115,000 SF facility, is the cornerstone of Oberlin's athletic complex.
Osborn Aquatic CenterCorvallis, OR
The Osborn Aquatic Center is a joint facility between the Corvallis School District and the City of Corvallis. The center includes an outdoor leisure pool, as well as 50-meter indoor competitive pool.
The mission of the Washburn University Student Recreation and Wellness Center is to enhance the quality of campus life. The Center accomplishes this in a variety of ways.
The University of Missouri Student Recreation Complex was a $50 million project which included the renovation of a 1905 gymnasium, 1929 field house, 1987 addition and an expansion. In total the Student Recreation Complex is 300,000 square feet with many amenities to include 6 bodies of water equalling 1.6 million gallons.
Wartburg-Waverly Sports & Wellness Center also known as “The W” was a joint project between Wartburg College and the City of Waverly.
Whitewater Aquatic & Fitness CenterWhitewater, WI
The Whitewater Aquatic & Fitness Center was a joint effort of the Whitewater Unified School District & the City of Whitewater.
Antioch College Curl Complex Feasibility StudyYellow Springs, OH
With the idea of reinventing the College and developing a larger student body Antioch College undertook a feasibility study on the Curl Complex.
Baldwin Recreation Center Feasibility StudyBaldwin, KS
Ballard*King completed a feasibility study that was a joint project between the Baldwin Recreation Commission and the school district.
Beech Grove Recreation Center Feasibility StudyBeech Grove, IN
Ballard*King provided master planning services and operations assistance for the remodel of an old building on school district property that will be used as a joint recreation and school facility. The project involved joint city and school district planning, project phasing and prioritization, and management needs assessment.
Cedar Crest CollegeAllentown, PA
Ballard*King & Associates provided consulting services for the Cedar Crest College Aquatic Center.
Douglas Community Center Feasibility StudyDouglas, WY
B*K is preforming a feasibility study for a community center. This is being done for the Converse School District 1, in conjunction with the City of Douglas, and Douglas County, Wyoming.
Drury University - Weiser Gymnasium RenovationSpringfield, MO
B*K worked for Drury University to provide the following services in conjunction with the Weiser Gymnasium Renovation: market analysis, focus group and user input, program statement, and operations performance indicator analysis.
Elkhart High School PoolElkhart, TX
Ballard*King & Associates provided an operations assessment for the Elkhart High School aquatic facility.
Fremont Athletic Complex Master PlanFremont, NE
B*K is working with an architect for the Fremont School District on an economic impact study for a Stadium Sports and Recreational Complex.
Hulsey Wellness Center, Southern Adventist UniversityCollegedale, TN
The Southern Adventist University Hulsey Wellness Center opened in Feb. 2010.
Kitsap Pool StudySilverdale, WA
The Central & Northern Kitsap School District hired B*K to conduct an operational audit of their indoor aquatic centers. B*K's scope of services for this project included a market analysis, program assessment, facility assessment, operations analysis and partnerships.
Lincoln University-Jefferson City Recreation CenterJefferson City, MO
The Jefferson City Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department and Lincoln University contracted directly with B*K to provide pre-planning services for their joint use facility.
Oak Hills School DistrictCincinnati, OH
B*K teamed with Water Technology completed an aquatic feasibility study for the Oak Hill School District.
Palm Springs Unified School District Aquatic Center Feasibility StudyPalm Springs, CA
Rapid City Recreation Center StudyRapid City, SD
Ballard*King & Associates as part of a larger team completed a feasibility study for Rapid City
Shaker Heights Recreation/Athletic Needs StudyShaker Heights, OH
Ballard*King & Associates working in conjunction with a local architectural firm, completed a comprehensive analysis of the recreation/athletic facility needs for the city and school district together.
Sheridan County School District No. 2 is exploring the development of a multi-purpose facility adjacent to the existing high school. As such they engaged Ballard*King & Associates to develop a market analysis and operational assessment of their proposed facility.
Ballard*King & Associates as part of a larger project team was hired by Southwest Wisconsin Technical Community College to complete a feasibility study for a joint student recreation center and housing development.
B*K was contacted by University of Arizona to provide the aquatic staff at the Student Recreation Center with professional development and assessment of the current aquatics operation.
University of California-Riverside Operational ReviewRiverside, CA, CA
B*K was selected by the University of California-Riverside Recreation Center to complete work for their Student Recreation Center expansion project.
B*K was secured by Aquatic Excellence to assist with the assessment of the aquatic facilities at the University of Houston
University of Wisconsin-PlattevillePlatteville, WI
B*K provided a preliminary assessment for the University of Wisconsin Platteville for a student recreation center in particular an enhanced indoor aquatic center.
Ballard*King and Associates in conjunction with a local architectural firm, worked on the plans for a new joint middle school and community recreation center complex.
West Des Moines Recreation Center StudyWest Des Moines, IA
B*K working with a local architect, conducted a pre-design feasibility study for a new community recreation center that would be combined with a new 9th grade school. This project involved considerable school district and city planning, a definition of required facility needs and expectations from both entities, the development of program spaces, and an estimate of operating expenses and revenues.