Year-round training option for High School athletes

Camas High School Fieldhouse

Looking at the entrance of the Camas Baseball and Softball Field house

Overview

LSW teamed with Robertson Engineering on the Camas High School Fieldhouse, a multi-use training hub that serves Camas High School’s growing baseball and softball programs. Covered by the District’s 2016 bond that was passed to provide updates to this rapidly-growing district’s facilities, the project included a cost efficient, pre-engineered metal building that acts as an indoor practice facility.

Key Stats

Year Completed

2021

Project Size

13,375

Location

Camas, WA

Design

With batting cages and flexible field configurations, Camas Fieldhouse is intended to be a year-round, cross training option for athletes that prevents overflow issues during rainy days. In addition, the facility also serves the school’s track and athletics needs, PE and fitness classes, and remains open to the community for general use. Speaking more broadly, the project also fits in with a larger build-out that included resurfacing the varsity softball and baseball fields and bleachers, tennis courts, and track and field facilities at  the school.

One kid pitching to a batter in the practice area.
Looking at a high schooler taking batting practice
Looking at the inside of the Camas Field building
Outside looking at the fieldhouse building