ÂŠ 2011 Connor steinkamp, steinkamp photography
The Athletic Department and Coaching Staffâ€™s cramped offices were demolished and expanded to create an open, spacious environment.
t ENTRY The entry of the dated facility was demolished and a sleek glass metal panel and masonry addition have taken it place; creating an identity for Benedictine Athletics.
t ENTRANCE / LOBBY
Full height glass provides a sun-filled, welcoming atmosphere. The lobby connects the existing gymnasium, the Hall of Fame corridor, offices and multi-purpose rooms and the new fitness center.
t FITNESS CENTER A non-operational pool in the existing buildingâ€™s natatorium was back-filled and the Fitness Center now takes its place.
The new Training Room for student athletes houses state-of-the-art equipment and a new hot and cold hydrotherapy plunge pool.
SECOND FLOOR VIEW ONTO FITNESS CENTER
t STRENGTH TRAINING
â€œ What a tremendous job you and your team have done! Thank you falls short for what I truly feel, but know that I count our partnership and friendship as a real blessing both for Benedictine and me. The significance of the work of ICI and your many contributions to this project will impact current and future students, faculty and staff.
Gregory â€? Charles Executive Vice President, Benedictine University