The new Jimmy John’s Field in Utica, sitting on a 75-year old unregulated landfill site, marks the largest redevelopment the city has seen.
PBA provided mechanical and electrical engineering design services for the new $15 million minor league ballpark. Mechanical design for the 4,500-capacity park included HVAC, plumbing and controls. Electrical design included lighting, power, fire alarm, and raceways for voice/data, audio/visual, and security systems.
Developed as a prototype for future Minor League ballfields, the park features 2,000 box seats between first and third base, 7 founder’s level suites, 5 dugout suites, 12 patio suites, 4 picnic areas, and a grass berm.
The 65,295 square foot YMCA of the Blue Water Area is organized around a central spine with a public entry at each end, while a third entry provides access to a childcare center.Learn More →
Kalamazoo College was in need of creating a fitness center that would ‘bring healthy activities for the entire campus community together under one roof'Learn More →
As the existing facility neared 25 years of age, MSU conducted a building assessment of the MSU Breslin Center, MSU’s NCAA basketball arenaLearn More →
Saginaw Valley State University (SVSU) has placed a strong emphasis on becoming a more energy-efficient campus and in 2013, SVSU reported being the most energy-efficient campusLearn More →
Upon completion of a 2014 study outlining the best approach to the replacement of the existing ice systems and arena’s HVAC systemLearn More →
PBA provided MEP engineering design services for the expansion of the athletic department’s campus facilities in an effort to include accommodations for an indoor and outdoor trackLearn More →
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