University of Arkansas
Baum Stadium is the home of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks baseball team and it has been ranked the number one baseball facility in the country by Baseball America. Kinco has constructed the three phases of the stadium.
Phase I: This project included a structural frame with a brick and EIFS exterior, sky boxes, underground dugouts, tunnels and dressing facilities, special brick features, substantial on-site paving and walks. This facility was originally built for 3,300 fans with additional lawn seating available on the first and third base lines.
Phase II: This 11,000 square foot renovation included adding coaches offices, common corridors, ten luxury suites, and removing canopies that covered the first and third base lines.
The luxury suites, with seating for 12 or 18, include a private restroom, wall-mounted televisions, and sliding, breakaway glass doors to maximize the view of the field. Private seating outside the space allows suite holders to enjoy the baseball atmosphere while protected from the elements by the roof overhang.
A state-of-the-art scoreboard that stands 51 feet tall and 76 feet wide and features a full color video board, message center, a traditional hand clock and four brick pillars was also added.
Phase III: This 20,000 square foot addition included 10 additional luxury suites along the third base line and 10 additional luxury suites along the first base line. Additional restrooms and concession areas down both base lines were also a part of this expansion to provide services to the record crowds that attend Razorback baseball games.