Leisure-Recreation Facilities

Whataburger Field

Whataburger Field

Corpus Christi, Texas
This 5,400 seat Minor League Ballpark is home to the Corpus Christi Hooks, the AA affiliate of the Houston Astros. The facility includes 19 conditioned luxury suites, home and visitor clubhouses, press facilities and team offices.

Sundance Square East

Sundance Square East

Fort Worth, Texas
This 135,000 sq. ft., 3 level multi-use facility is a part of the downtown redevelopment program. In addition to the cinema complex, there are two restaurants and a bookstore. The upper levels of the facility contain office lease spaces.

Solana Sports Club

Solana Sports Club

Westlake, Texas
This 35,700 sq. ft., 2 floor recreation facility includes gymnasium, aerobic studio, weight room and racquetball courts. Men’s and Women’s locker rooms each have saunas, steam rooms and whirlpool tubs. The sports club has both indoor and outdoor swimming pools as well as three outdoor tennis courts.

South Carolina Aquarium & Marine Science Center

South Carolina Aquarium & Marine Science Center

Charleston, South Carolina
This 85,000 sq. ft. 3-level facility has over 65 exhibits and aquatic habitats for visitor viewing. The main exhibits feature a multilevel shark tank, a forest habitat with river otters, and a salt marsh aviary with a protected visitor pathway for close-up alligator viewing. The building’s HVAC mechanical systems consist of humidity control and special heat exchanges to regulate temperatures of the aquariums and exhibits.

House of Blues Victory Park

House of Blues Victory Park

Dallas, Texas
The historic White Swan warehouse was recently renovated to accommodate this 60,000 sq. ft. music and dining venue. In addition to a 1,600 seat concert hall, the club features a restaurant and lounges.

Frontier Texas!

Frontier Texas!

Abilene, Texas
This 14,000 sq. ft. interactive history museum allows visitors to relive the old west with the help of state-of-the-art technology. Holographic spirit guides represent real characters from Texas history and give first-hand accounts of life on the Texas frontier. In addition to providing an audio-visual and interactive experiences, Frontier Texas! Also serves as a Visitor’s Center for the City of Abilene.

Electronic Data Systems Corporation Information Management Center

Electronic Data Systems Corporation Information Management Center

Plano, Texas
This 153,000 sq. ft. Command and Control facility manages data complex of four Information Processing Centers. The center monitors the EDS voice and data communications network that ties together their 21 worldwide locations.

EDS Health & Fitness Center

EDS Health & Fitness Center

Plano, Texas
This 46,000 sq. ft. facility includes a basketball court with an elevated running track, separate aerobics and weight areas, men’s and women’s locker rooms, and four outdoor tennis courts. In addition, there is a 75 ft. x 45ft indoor pool for employee use.

Dell Diamond

Dell Diamond

Round Rock, Texas
This 7,500 seat AA Minor League Ball Park is home for the Round Rock Express. The facility contains conditioned corporate suites, player locker rooms, press facilities, team offices and a 9,600 sq. ft. conference center.

Corpus Christi Natatorium & Gymnasium

Corpus Christi Natatorium & Gymnasium

Corpus Christi, Texas
This 50,000 sq. ft. facility includes a 7,000 sq. ft. multi-use gymnasium, men’s and women’s locker rooms, an instructional pool and a 50-meter competitive lap pool. Specially designed air handling units control humidity and temperature within the facility.

Amon Carter Museum

Amon Carter Museum

Fort Worth, Texas
This 85,000 sq. ft., 3 floor expansion was completed with world renowned architect Philip Johnson. The expansion consists of new viewing galleries, administrative offices and support areas. The central plant was located in a remote area to limit noise and space requirements within the facility.

To see a more complete list of projects download the following PDF

pdf_icon1 Blum Consulting Engineers – Fitness Recreation & Gyms.pdf

Blum Consulting Engineers – Stadium & Ballpark Experience.pdf


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