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For the Gold: Three Sports Facilities that Deserve a Medal

Most people watch the Olympics for the athletes, the events, the spectacle and the heroic stories. At Legacy, because we spend so much time and effort on sports facilities, we watch the Olympics for the venues. We are a little odd that way.

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Rigid Frame Structures vs Air Supported Structures: The Ultimate Showdown

Air-supported fabric structures – also known as sports domes or sports bubbles – are a tempting solution for indoor sports arenas. Bubbles are available with a large free span area and with a lower price than traditional sports arenas.

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Building Value into Sports Facilities

In this article in Civil & Structural Engineer Magazine, the authors look at creating cost effective structures with a different approach to the traditional fabric building. The new generation of fabric structures have solid steel beams for durability and the latest in industrial fabric...

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Legacy Holiday Gift Guide: Great Gifts for Tough-To-Buy-For Family Members

You’ve all seen those car ads where the parents buy the kid a car for Christmas or the wife buys her spouse the convertible he dreamed of when he was a kid. We are going to go one better. We think the people on your holiday list need a tension fabric structure for Christmas.

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How to Start Your Next Athletic Facility

It’s time to start planning your next athletic facility, and there are some things you should consider. We at Legacy have been building a lot of athletic complexes lately and there are a lot more on the books. Often we wish we were in the first meeting to be a part of the initial discussions....

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Sports Performance Facility Design that Attracts Talent

It’s often said that practice makes perfect. And while it may be a stretch to say practice makes perfect, it’s true that practice makes better.

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Indoor Sports Centers--How to sustain use

Indoor sports centers can serve as a showpiece for a community – offering a place to play, practice and gather year-round, as well as generating a consistent revenue stream for the building owner.

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Building In Progress: Fox Creek Sports Center

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Frame Supported Fabric Structures

Air-supported fabric structures – also known as sports domes or sports bubbles – are a tempting solution for indoor sports arenas. Bubbles are available with a large free span area and with a lower price than traditional sports arenas.

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Tennis Building by Legacy  Named USTA Outstanding Facility

Oklahoma City Tennis Center at Will Rogers Park Outstanding Large Facility

South Haven, MN – The United States Tennis Association (USTA), the national governing body for the sport of tennis, has announced their 2016 Outstanding Facility Awards. The Oklahoma City Tennis Center at Will Rogers Park...

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