WA was Architect of Record for the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and the Hamilton County East Garage; both in association with HOK Sport (now Populous) of Kansas City, Missouri, the Design & Principle Architect and for the Great American Ballpark. The Hall of Fame building is one of the three separate facilities on the north and west sides of the Great American Ballpark complex that opened for the 2003 Major League Baseball season. It features a three-story retail space with a monumental stair, the Museum Theatre, Media Library, and a rooftop penthouse. This project included the use of various skin materials also used on the stadium and the adjoining plazas. Such materials were concrete architectural precast masonry/concrete, glass curtain-wall, and metal scrim panels; all integrated with intricate structural steel detailing.
WA also completed other work as part of the architectural team for Great American Ballpark, the new home of the Cincinnati Reds; including our role as the Architect of Record for the East Parking Garage; which was the enabling project for the entire Great American Ball Park development.