Pony Activity Center
To keep up with safety and technology standards, Stillwater Area Public School District needed to upgrade their facilities. The blueprint for the Pony Activity Center came with exciting additions for the school district and community, but didn’t come without some unique challenges.
Objective & Results
The Stillwater School District was looking to create a state-of-the-art multi-purpose facility that included the best safety features and unparalleled technology. The ultimate goal was to create a facility that enriched Stillwater High School, and was a welcome addition to the entire community.
Sq. Ft. Renovation
Sq. Ft. Addition
Planning the Project & Overcoming Holdups
While remodeling, Stillwater School District struggled with issues that affected multiple teams and threatened the project due to time and budget constraints. Already on a very tight timeline, B&B Electric didn’t wait for the engineers to find all the answers; instead we worked with engineers, developing drawings and strategies while collaborating cross-functionally to find the best, most effective solutions to each obstacle.
Strict Timeline & Project Completion
Many zones of the school had to be torn completely apart and rebuilt. Because of the invasive nature of the project, it could only be done during summer break, when students weren’t in school. As a result, about half of the entire project was done in (2) three month periods. Our crew worked tirelessly to bring the project to full completion, without cutting corners or compromising quality. The Pony Activity Center now houses multiple sporting areas, including a 24 hoop gymnasium that's operated with an iPad, and a track and varsity football field with infrastructure underneath to digitally time events.