JE Dunn completed the renovation of the Russ Chandler baseball stadium at the Georgia Institute of Technology. The project required demolishing a one-story building at the west stands to build back a 25,379 SF, two-story structure. The new structure is home to a concourse-level atrium that serves as an iconic point of entry to the stadium on game days while highlighting the history of Georgia Tech baseball. On non-game days, the atrium can be converted into a teaching auditorium for Tech baseball and a venue for third-party rentals. The building also includes premium suite areas, renovated premium seating, and a terrace view club overlooking the field and the Atlanta skyline. Along the third-base concourse, upgraded fan amenities include new restroom facilities, concession stands, and an outdoor plaza. Lastly, the renovations added a new and expanded indoor training facility with three batting cages, two pitching tunnels, and a state-of-the-art player development center, blending technology and analysis using a pitching lab, hitting area, and video room. The facility is adjacent to the Yellow Jackets’ dugout and heated/air-conditioned for year-round use.