Hammond was the CMR for the new $5.3 million dollar stadium adjacent to the Middle/High School. This build included a 6000 SF Field House, a 3000 seat Stadium, a Concession Stand, a Ticket Booth, and an 8 lane track.
Hammond was construction manager at risk for a two-phase addition and renovation to Mount Union’s stadium. The project involved adding new locker rooms to accommodate the men’s and women’s soccer program and the new lacrosse programs. The press box received a new brick facade, windows, elevator and a spacious alumni and recruitment viewing suite.
The MAAC was established to meet the growing demands of intramural and recreation activities on Mount Union’s campus. Hammond completed an addition and renovation featuring a new auxiliary gym, exercise areas, wrestling g practice area, a renovated field house with a NCAA regulation 200-meter track, and new physical science classrooms and laboratories.
Hammond served as general contractor for an indoor hitting and pitching practice facility for the men’s baseball and women’s softball teams. The two-story pre-engineered steel and masonry structure houses seven batting cages, pitching mound practice area, weight room, staff offices, and a training room to support Kent’s athletic programs.
Hammond Construction and Hasenstab Architects provided design-build services for a new two-story addition to the Hudson Memorial Stadium complex. The stand-alone facility features new locker rooms, an athletic training room, a Hall of Fame donor area, coaches’ offices, and a community room overlooking the field.
Hammond was chosen as the construction manager for district-wide additions and renovations which included improvements to Brunswick’s Judy Kirsch Stadium. The renovated stadium features new 5,000-seat home bleachers, locker rooms, concessions, restrooms, storage facilities and parking lot/traffic flow improvements.
Hammond was the CMR for the Streetsboro CSD, New High School & Athletic Complex. Phase 1 of the Athletic Complex consisted of a Stadium featuring an artificial turf multi‐purpose field, an 8 lane synthetic track, 2100 seat bleachers (1600 home / 500 visitors), stadium lighting and a sound system.
Mayfield City Schools and The Wildcat Foundation, a nonprofit group that raises funds for the district, completed an improvement project to their student athletics complex. The stadium includes a football/soccer field with artificial hybrid turf, a resurfaced 400-meter all-weather track, press box, new parking lot and adjacent softball field improvements.
Hammond worked with the YMCA of Central Stark County to manage the construction of the new Paul & Carol David YMCA. This new facility features a full gymnasium with combination basketball and volleyball courts, a six-lane swimming and diving pool, wellness center and childwatch room.
Hammond Construction served as general contractor on this new Student Recreation and Wellness Center, with responsibility for overall scheduling and construction planning. The eye-catching, two-story, masonry and steel structure features an array of fitness, leisure, social and competitive activity spaces, including a suspended jogging track around the perimeter of a four-court gymnasium, rock climbing wall, racquetball courts and natatorium with a 25-yard lap pool and separate leisure pool and hot water spa.