Bishop Kelley Sports Complex Improvements

Bishop Kelley High School opened its doors in 1960 and currently serves over 800 students. The school’s graduates are among the top academic performers in the state and their sports programs win more state championships than any other Oklahoma school of their size. To complement their successes on the field, the school undertook master planning and improvement of their athletic facilities. Through careful placement of new and renovated athletic facilities, the existing football, soccer, and track field is encircled with architecture, creating a well-defined facility that provides athletes and spectators alike with a uniques, college-like stadium experience.

Wallace Engineering provided structural and civil engineering services for multi-phased improvements to the existing football stadium, including replacement of the north half of the visitor bleachers. The second phase of the project will add more than 6,500 square feet to the multi-sport field house, a weight training facility, indoor batting and pitching cages, a larger concessions area, coaches’ offices, and a conference room.

Renderings: ┬ęSelser Schaefer Architects


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