Claremont McKenna College plans $5.5 million tennis center

September 01, 2008 |

Irvine, Calif.-based gkkworks has begun the construction phase of the Biszantz Family Tennis Center for Claremont McKenna College. The project will create about 170,000-sf of courts, fields, and structures, including two buildings for tennis locker rooms, offices, and restrooms; 12 tennis courts; and a practice soccer field. The complex will be home to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps's NCAA Division III men's and women's teams. San Diego-based NTD Architecture is the architect and Perera Construction of Ontario, Calif., is the general contractor for the $5.5 million complex, which is scheduled to be finished in December.

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