A fast-track, design/build project to replace the existing, original J.C. Love Field baseball, soccer, and softball facilities damaged by a tornado in spring 2019. Construction will be complete and ready for use at the start of the 2020 soccer season and 2021 baseball/softball season. The new baseball complex will be capable of hosting NCAA regional tournaments and includes a new stadium with 2,500 seat capacity, a pressbox supporting television/radio broadcasts and writing press needs, and suite spaces. In addition, a new 21,700-sf, two-level field house will provide locker rooms, lounge, training spaces, offices, and meeting rooms. Softball and soccer programs will share a new 22,000-sf, two-level field house with locker rooms, lounge, training spaces, offices, and meeting rooms. New MEP systems utilizing chilled/heating water for HVAC, LED lighting and new power distribution with on-site standby generator are included. Additionally, the project scope includes new LED stadium/field sports lighting systems with dimming control. The baseball stadium structure consists of a steel frame with a mixture of pre-cast and cast-in-place concrete floor systems. A significant amount of below grade concrete walls are required to traverse floor elevation changes. Women’s field house is positioned between soccer and softball through a series of concrete retaining walls resulting in approximately 30ft of elevation difference. The building will be cut into and directly adjacent to soccer requiring a 14ft concrete basement wall. The structure will consist of concrete on metal deck with composite steel beams.