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University of Florida Heavener Football Complex

Gainesville, FL United States

RDG Planning & Design

 

Project Description

The University of Florida has a new eco-friendly, highly sustainable, athletic-focused, Gator recruiting magnet. The design includes the Gator Room, expansion of the strength & conditioning room – doubling its original size, creation of an impressive entry, hall of fame & lobby area leading to football offices which will greet recruits, parents and donors. Additional WOW factor comes with the complex’s energy-saving features, which exceed state and national standards by 35%. Contributing to the energy savings are efficient lighting, light-colored roofing and concrete pavement on the plaza; low flow fixtures, dual-flush toilets, regional materials, low-e glazing, recycling of 75% of construction waste and a green roof with palm trees. Additionally, 100% of the building’s irrigation is reclaimed water.

 

Project Details

University of Florida Heavener Football Complex
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Project Team:
    Al Oberlander, Principal; Marty Miller, Project Architect; Jonathan Martin, Landscape Architect
Consultants:
  • Civil Engineer: Brown & Cullen 
  • Mechanical Engineer: Moses & Associates 
  • Electrical Engineer: Moses & Associates 
  • Structural Engineer: Structural Engineers Group 
  • Audio Visual Consultant: XOS Technologies 
 
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Project Size:
    59,682 sq ft
Construction Cost:
    $21,852,494
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