Duffy Daugherty Locker/ Training Room

Michigan State University
Services
Architecture
Electrical Engineering
Interiors
Mechanical Engineering
Technology
Size
Project Size
12,500 sq.ft
DATES
Completion Date
2015-07-15
COST
Project Cost
$4,800,000
Client Contact
Gregory Ianni Michigan State University
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The intent of this renovation is to configure and upgrade the existing training room and practice football locker room facilities in an effort to further MSU’s recruiting efforts. The spaces are designed to meet the needs, aspirations, and goals of current coaches, staff, and players, and resolve current circulation, spatial and amenity limitations.

The training room serves a variety of uses, including football taping, hydrotherapy, exercise space, therapy space, office space and exam space serving all student athletes. Many of these will be used in conjunction with one another, so physical and visual proximity is a must.

The football practice locker room accommodates 115 player lockers, 5 inactive player lockers and 120 clean laundry lockers, as well as a hydration station and central gathering area. The design emphasizes “the speed of the game,” through linear elements and a reinforcing of perspective. Each locker is fitted with graphic door panels, mechanical ventilation and a linear solid surface bench with an LED lit toe kick, adding further drama to the space.

 

Project Overview

  • Renovation and upgrade of MSU’s Men’s Football locker/training room
  • Basement equipment room within the existing slab on grade structure.
  • Training Room accommodates the new hydro therapy pools.
  • Locker room magnetic locker door graphics to maintain ongoing fresh image.
  • Newly designed space to help facilitate and further MSU’s recruiting efforts that meet the needs, aspirations, and goals of staff, coaches and players.

Project Team

Principal-In-Charge
Project Architect
Marek Nowakowski, Assoc. AIA
Architectural Support
Electrical Engineer
Specifications Writer
Construction Administrator
Structural Consultant
SDI Structures