The new Recreation/Fitness Center is not only a place for sporting events and exercise, but has become the social center for Goshen College. The 85,000 square feet facility includes a multi-purpose gymnasium, partially suspended 1/8 mile indoor track, 6 lane lap/diving pool, 4 racquetball courts, cardiovascular/strength training room, sports training room, offices, physiology lab, 3 classrooms/aerobic room, public lounges/lobby and campus health center. This new facility has been featured on the cover of the "Metal Architecture" magazine.
In keeping with the tradition of excellence associated with Notre Dame, a dramatic indoor tennis facility was deigned to the specifications of the University that was such a success (both on and off campus) it was recognized by the United States Tennis Association with a USTA Tennis Facility Award. The new structure, also featured in "Metal Architecture" magazine, encompasses 50,000 square feet of space, offering 6 courts, men's and women's locker rooms, training room, staff offices, classroom and an observation mezzanine with seating for 1,000. A pre-engineered structure clear spans the tennis courts and a surrounding earth berm, designed to reduce the building scale, has notably contributed to the energy efficiency of the large facility.
Holy Cross Hall and LeMans Hall dormitories on the campus of the prestigious Saint Mary's College, underwent extensive exterior restorations and numerous interior renovations. The exterior restorations of both dormitories included completely restoring masonry façades, replacing all windows and repairing or replacing existing slate roofs. All restrooms and showers were completely renovated. New fire suppression systems, lighting and electric outlets were installed throughout both buildings and carefully blended into their rich historic interiors. Two symmetrical masonry fire exit stairs were seamlessly added to the gabled ends of the flanking residential wings of Lemans Hall.