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Avista Stadium Improvements

Spokane, WA

This project completely revamped the 55-year old Avista Stadium’s outer concourse, creating an enhanced experience for fans of the Spokane Indians Baseball team. The $3 million in improvements were designed to improve the experience and convenience for fans and preserve the 1958 facility for another 30+ years.

Upgrades include replacing the main concession building with a new 4,700 square foot structure, remodeling the existing 3,600 square foot administrative building, doubling the number of ticket windows and constructing a 1,700-square foot addition that includes expanded office space and a new team merchandise store.  The team store is now accessible from the concourse and office lobby, allowing for the sale of merchandise year round.

Relocation of the concession building allowed for the creation of a centrally located activity area with a new large shade structure on the main concourse; providing baseball fans with welcome shelter on hot summer days.