Concordia Walz Human Performance Complex

Concordia University

Concordia Walz Human Performance Complex

Sinclair Hille Architects designed the state-of-the-art Walz Human Performance Complex for Concordia University in Seward, Nebraska. The project was the fulfillment of a 10-year vision to provide advanced recreation and athletic performance facilities. The primary functional components of the building are organized around a gallery which serves as an events/reception area as well as Athletic Hall of Fame. The facility includes an indoor tennis and 200-meter track multi-purpose fieldhouse, a state-of-the-art performance gymnasium with upper and lower deck seating, and upgraded sports medicine facilities. Ancillary spaces include academic classrooms, upgraded locker facilities, a human performance laboratory, team meeting rooms, and athletic offices. The Walz Complex provides first-class event space and exceptional performance and training facilities for Concordia’s Athletic Programs. 


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