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LSU Indoor Practice Facility, Baton Rouge, La.

Posted 03/6/2012


As a practice center for the Louisiana State University Tigers in winter, the LSU Indoor Practice Facility in Baton Rouge, La., allows the coaches and players to hone their skills on the gridiron in a climate-controlled facility. To create an enclosed space, the facility required 600, 24-gauge, 110-foot-long continuous length 238T roof panels with multi-span clips in Sandstone, along with 155 panels in various lengths ranging from 22 to 40 feet. The 18-inch-wide panels were roll-formed on-site by Houston-based Architectural Building Components' 238T rollformer, Archzilla. Completed in June 2011, the project has a 2:12 roof pitch. The facility was designed by Jerry L. Watts & Associates, Baton Rouge, and J. Reed Constructors Inc., Baton Rouge, served as the general contractor.

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