New Albany Little LeagueHeritage Engineering was retained by the New Albany Little League (in collaboration with the Floyd County Parks Department) to design a new seven field baseball and softball complex.  The Little League had outgrown their old facility and was looking for a new home that would allow them to accommodate both baseball and softball in the same complex and a facility large enough to host tournaments.

This $3.1M project features two championship fields, a challenger field (allows children with disabilities to participate) that doubles as a baseball/softball field for children 10 and under, and four regulation sized baseball/softball fields.  In addition, the facility includes five batting cages (with room to add five more in the future), a concession stand with umpire/meeting rooms, restrooms, full irrigation, and state of the art lighting of all fields that can be remotely controlled by league officials.

In addition to the design of the facility, Heritage created a 3D video presentation that was utilized by league officials in their fund raising efforts for the park.  This video showed the future park and children utilizing the facility.  It was a huge success and an important element in allowing the league to raise over $3M in funding for the project.

Heritage also performed construction management duties during the course of the project and acted as the owner’s representative. 

Project Features:

  • Athletic Field Design
  • New Design Consultation & Execution
  • Detailed Drainage Design
  • Grading Plan with Erosion Control
  • Architectural Coordination
  • Marketing Assistance
  • 3D Video

Project Details:

  • Project Location: New Albany, Indiana
  • Project Contact: Robert Woosley, Scott Hannah