Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Client: City of Phoenix
Phoenix Tennis Center
City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department contracted Hoskin Ryan to provided design services for the renovation of 22 full-courts at the Phoenix Tennis Center.
Hoskin Ryan provided professional engineering and landscape design services for the Phoenix Tennis Center located within the Washington Park at the Northwest corner of 21st Avenue and Citrus Way. The existing tennis facilities consist of 22 full-courts and one half-court. These courts were designed in the 1960s, so the surfaces were cracked, windscreens needed replacement, and lighting did not meet tournament court standards. A phased approach was proposed to renovate these facilities. Working with subconsultants, Hoskin Ryan provided engineering, landscape design, field survey, geotechnical, and electrical lighting services for this popular facility. Renovations are currently in progress. Crews have completed installation of 13 new courts and will complete the remaining 12 by late fall of 2014. A future phase will include removal of the parking area to the south, a new entrance at the west, and four new “under-eight” courts.
Project Requirements / Unique Characteristics:
- Post Tension Slabs
- Connection to Existing Infrastructure
- Sports Facility Grading