The Siloam Springs School District chose Crossland Construction to complete their new high school football stadium on the heels of our completion of their new school building in 2011. The scope of work for the project included building a 60 foot high press box and grandstands for 4,000 fans around an existing turf field. It also included a new ticket booth, home and visitor team lockers, and concessions buildings. Crossland crews partnered with the school district and the city of Siloam Springs to complete the project. The city crews did the earthwork and prepped and poured the sidewalks; they also performed the paving. The exterior is constructed with textured metal panels and painted concrete masonry unit blocks. A customized Panther statue, the team mascot, was carved from a large rock found on the school’s property.
The weather was a persistent challenge, with nearly six weeks of weather-related delays. Scheduling was also difficult, but the project Superintendent was vigilant about making sure all collaborators were on the same page. Crossland crews worked diligently with the school to keep the project on schedule and on budget.