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College World Series of Omaha


TD Ameritrade Park

The $128M TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, which opened in April 2011, replaced
Rosenblatt Stadium as the home of the NCAA College World Series.  The new
stadium is also home field for the Creighton University baseball team and
the location for community events including music festivals and UFL football
games.   The stadium includes 24,000 seats, 30 luxury suites and club
seating for 2,500 members.  This new sports facility was designed to be very
accommodating for television broadcasts.  

BAi, LLC was responsible for the audio system planning and design; video
distribution and broadcast TV infrastructure.  BAi also provided design
services for all the audio and video in the luxury suites.



University of Texas at Arlington

The $78 million, 218,000-square-foot facility is a transformational jewel for the campus of nearly 33,000 students and a catalyst for revitalization in the city's central business district. It provides a new home court for the University's basketball and volleyball teams, which previously played in Texas Hall, and also gives the city of Arlington a signature facility for high-profile events and entertainment, conferences, and community activities.



Formerly Frank Clair Stadium at Lansdowne Park

The 45,000-Seat TD Place Stadium Expansion/Renovation in Ottawa, Canada,
formerly known at Lansdowne Park,  was recently completed and is now home to
 the new Ottawa RedBlacks of the Canadian Football League (CFL) and the
Ottawa Fury FC of the North American Soccer League (NASL).  The existing
24,000-seat North Stands were dramatically transformed and enhanced with the
addition of the South Stands.   The stadium is a significant part of a major
redevelopment that also includes renovation of historic buildings and the
addition of 300,000 SF of retail space along the Rideau Canal.  Cannon
Design created a wooden curtain that surrounds the south stands, known as
the veil, a key architectural feature as well as a landmark highly visible
along the canal.   BAi, LLC staff provided Acoustical, Noise Control, Sound
Systems and Video Systems planning and design for the project.



Midland, Michigan

Centrally located in downtown Midland, beautiful Dow Diamond is easily accessible from Business US 10. Dow Diamond is home to the Great Lakes Loons, Class A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers.  April 13, 2007, marked the Loons inaugural game at Dow Diamond. The Loons enjoyed a very successful first year, drawing over 324,000 fans to Dow Diamond during the 2007 season.Dow Diamond quickly established itself as one of the premiere minor league stadiums in the country, garnering several awards in the process.Dow Diamond was named the Best New Ballpark of 2007 by Baseball Digest and it's Grounds Crew was also awarded the 2007 Midwest League Grounds Crew of the Year.



Charlotte Knights Baseball Park

The $128 million ballpark includes: 24,000 seats, with increased seat width and tread depth for greater comfort, 26 luxury suites, 1,000 club seats four entrances at each corner of the site, each with a unique arrival pointmore concession and restroom areas to get fans back to the action more quicklyan open, 360-degree walk-around, wide concourse, a large Fanfest areamedia totems along the outfield will celebrate each of the eight teams’ successes, a retail area with views into the bullpen and field team clubhouses, practice facilities and administrative offices.



Athletic Center

Facility Features: Practice courts for men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball, locker rooms, team rooms, and film rooms for men’s and women’s basketball, administrative offices for men’s and women’s basketball, Cheryle Williamson Center for Dance with two studios, office space and storage, new athletic club for hospitality and football team meeting space, enhanced Nisbet Hall of Fame, new ticket office with internal and external ticket windows, new game day main entrance easily accessible from the parking lot, and expanded Basil Boyd Training Room.



Memorial Athletic Complex

BAi, LLC provided audio visual planning and design services for the new 8,000-seat Bastrop centralized multi-purpose stadium. The facility includes concession, six ticket booths, and dressing/trainer/coaches rooms and was completed for the 2009-2010 school year.

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