Eisenhower High School Stadium
The Eisenhower High School campus was built by a district that knew it would be redistricted the following year, so they put as few resources into the campus as possible. Fast forward 60 years - the school is in need of a dramatic upgrade and the students of this underfunded school district in Rialto, California deserve better facilities.
The stadium and marquee projects serve as an important interface when other schools visit for athletic events. School pride is often manifested through athletic competitions so this has become an important facility for generating a new sense of pride and identity.
The facility is comprised of an IAAF artificial track and field, a 4000 seat home bleacher structure, a 1000 seat visitor bleacher structure, a new home restroom / tickets / concessions building and new visitor ticket / concessions and restroom buildings.
Owner: Rialto Unified School District
Architect: Dougherty + Dougherty Architects
Project Designer: Ryan Boone
Structural Engineering: Brandow & Johnston
MEP: Design West
Date Completed: 2018
Location: Rialto, CA
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