UVA’s Klöckner Stadium is one of the finest college soccer and lacrosse facilities in the nation. It was a unique job: the field is surrounded by a series of white concrete columns, reminiscent of the University’s classical architecture, which rise and fall in height to conform to the surrounding landscape. Martin Horn was the only contractor bidding the job who was able to construct this signature architectural feature within the University’s budget. The stadium forms part of a beautiful complex with Davenport Field, the baseball stadium, also constructed by Martin Horn.
PROJECT START: Fall 1991
CAPACITY: 3,600 persons
PROJECT DURATION: 11 months
CONTRACT VALUE: $1,880,549
CONTRACT TYPE: Lump Sum with 3 renewals
PROJECT MANAGER: Jack Horn, Jr.
SUPERINTENDENT: Everett Collins
ESTIMATOR: Jack Horn, Sr.
OWNER: University of Virginia
CONTACT: Richard Dickman
CONTACT: Joe Celentano