PCL Construction Building Denver Tennis Park

Rendering of Denver Tennis Park, courtesy of Hord Coplan Macht.

DENVER – PCL Construction is underway with the construction of the Denver Tennis Park, the first publicly accessible youth-centered indoor/outdoor tennis facility in the Denver region, is scheduled for completion early October 2018. Designed by Hord Coplan Macht, the tennis park will be located at 1560 South Franklin Street, adjacent to Denver Public Schools All City Stadium complex, and will feature seven indoor courts and six outdoor courts.

The mission of Denver Tennis Park Inc., a new non-profit organization, is to foster whole child development for youth of all ages and abilities both on and off-site. The initiative is a collaboration of the Denver Tennis Park, the University of Denver, and Denver Public Schools. The project has been funded philanthropically and Denver Public Schools has provided funds for a portion of the drainage work at the site. Fundraising efforts are underway as part of a capital campaign.

“This will be a tremendous addition to the Denver tennis community, as well as to student athletes for the Denver Public Schools and Denver University,” said Kerri Block, PCL’s project manager for the Denver Tennis Park.. “PCL is looking forward to delivering an outstanding tennis complex to the people supporting this effort and everyone who plays – or who wants to learn to play a great lifelong sport. As a company, we have completed numerous outstanding sports complexes, and this is another opportunity for us to provide athletes with a place where they can compete and enjoy the sport they love.”

The project scope also includes regrading part of the surrounding athletic fields in order to divert storm runoff to a new 48,000-cubic-foot underground detention system. The 270[MB1] -space parking lot will also be preserved to serve sporting events, as well as the tennis park.


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