Facility Analysis / Feasibility Studies

Typical Facility Studies

  • York Suburban School District: Feasibility Study for Athletic Facilities
  • Gettysburg Area School District: Feasibility Study of Stadium Improvements at Warrior Stadium
  • School District of Lancaster: Track & Field Improvements Feasibility Study
  • Upper Moreland School District: Running Track Repairs / Renovations Feasibility Study
  • Central Dauphin SD: Athletic Facility Feasibility Study
  • Central Dauphin SD: Landis Field Feasibility Study
  • Derry Twp. SD: Athletic Facilities Master Plan
  • Derry Twp. SD: Synthetic Turf Feasibility Study

Studies and Master Plans prepared by and under the guidance of Brian S. Bingeman RLA at Turf, Track & Court, LLC, Brubaker-Bingeman, LLC and while employed by others.

Prior to the initiation of the design phase, Turf, Track & Court, LLC offers the opportunity for an in-depth facility analysis and feasibility study to identify all key factors in the development of your project. Facility analysis includes a close examination of the facility’s physical conditions, use patterns, spatial relations, and an examination of current maintenance procedures. These reports are prepared for any project ranging from stadium renovations to the construction of tennis courts.

Feasibility studies outline and analyze all major characteristics that would contribute to or hinder design and construction. These factors typically provide the needed direction in the development of your athletic facility. Typically, a feasibility study is broken into various sections based upon the demands and needs of the owner. The various study sections include existing conditions analysis, facility use patterns, maintenance procedures, potential improvements, cost estimates, tentative project schedules, regulatory agency review requirements, and conceptual planning options. The feasibility study allows an owner to understand all aspects of the athletic facility, and provides a written document identifying the why’s and how’s of a project.