opsis architecture

Boise State University examined the potential benefits of physically co-locating several disciplines already in existence on campus. This multi-path investigation took a comprehensive look at the current and future synergy of Athletics, Kinesiology, and possible private partnerships within the community. Opsis included a facility condition survey of the existing Kinesiology building and Kinesiology Annex building, examining the cost benefits of renovation or new construction to support the co-location of these disciplines. Opsis also investigated other possible campus locations that could support this co-location and provided conceptual planning of a renovated or newly constructed facility or facilities to house physical activity and competition spaces. These included a 4,000-seat Basketball, Volleyball, Gymnastics and Wrestling competition gymnasium, a 300-seat 50-meter Swim/Dive competition natatorium, as well as spaces for lecture, research, teaching, and informal faculty, staff and student interaction.

Stats

  •  4,000-seat basketball, volleyball, gymnastics and wrestling competition gymnasium
  • 300-seat, 50-meter swim/dive competition natatorium
  • Spaces for lecture, research, teaching, and informal faculty, staff and student interaction
  • Athletic & Kinesiology Multi-Use Facility Feasibility Study
  • Athletic & Kinesiology Multi-Use Facility Feasibility Study
  • Athletic & Kinesiology Multi-Use Facility Feasibility Study
  • Athletic & Kinesiology Multi-Use Facility Feasibility Study

Stats

  •  4,000-seat basketball, volleyball, gymnastics and wrestling competition gymnasium
  • 300-seat, 50-meter swim/dive competition natatorium
  • Spaces for lecture, research, teaching, and informal faculty, staff and student interaction
 
  • Athletic & Kinesiology Multi-Use Facility Feasibility Study
  • Athletic & Kinesiology Multi-Use Facility Feasibility Study
  • Athletic & Kinesiology Multi-Use Facility Feasibility Study
  • Athletic & Kinesiology Multi-Use Facility Feasibility Study