Rancho Cucamonga Sports Center

Griffin Structures is serving as construction manager for the new 35,000 square foot Rancho Cucamonga Sports Center. The $13 million project includes two pre-engineered steel structures, one enclosed and one open-air pavilion.

The project will feature three indoor, high school regulation-sized basketball courts as well concession and public common areas, a party room, restroom facilities, and administrative office space. The 20,500 square foot open-air structure covers three outdoor basketball courts, protecting players and spectators from the sun and heat. The pre-engineered metal building design will result in savings of approximately $900,000. The design provides future flexibility that will allow for the installation of solar panels and the ability to enclosure the pavilion.

The project includes a parking lot that will share access and overflow with the adjacent Rancho Cucamonga Quakes minor league baseball stadium.

Read the Daily Bulletin article.