Alma College Stone Recreation Center

The new 50,000 square foot student recreation center building meets the needs of an active student body. Designed with the current recreational interests in mind, the facility contains many updated features.

The main level includes four basketball, volleyball and/or tennis courts, and one court is a MAC space-dasher designed for roller hockey, inline skating and indoor soccer.

The fitness room houses numerous cardiovascular machines, weight machines and free weights. A 600 square foot climbing wall features eight belay stations and lead climbing routes.

The suspended three lane running track overlooks basketball and volleyball courts.  A 1,750 square foot multipurpose room can be utilized for aerobics, dance, meeting room, fencing, martial arts and other activities.

Mechanical engineering design included HVAC, ventilation, fire protection and piping design.  Electrical engineering design encompassed electrical distribution, interior/exterior lighting, fire alarm, access control and telecommunication systems.

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