- Baseball and Softball Complexes
- Soccer / Football / Lacrosse Facilities
- Training & Practice Fields
- Rodeo Arenas
- Swimming, Lazy River and Waterpark Amenities
- Recreation & Wellness Facilities
In addition to performance art or cultural activities, along with parks and open-space, the construction of publicly funded sports complexes can be another successful means to not only serve community needs but also to provide economic development opportunities. Great design contributes to quality experiences and the vitality of a community. Potential enhanced economic impact can also be realized by generating revenue, maximizing efficiencies and ensuring that facility development contributes to the overall health and wellness of people and their environment.
Burditt's feasibility and sports design specialists develop specific program needs and design through a lens informed by specific local operations costs and potential revenues. Programming exercises and public engagement provide desired amenity requirements while data compiled from analysis of comparable facilities produces other powerful and actionable data. With this information, outdoor and indoor sports and recreation facility needs are better understood and decisions that relate to public financing can be more accurately and effectively applied.