St. Luke's School Fitness Center
Shortcomings in the strength and conditioning room at St. Luke’s School prevented students and faculty from taking full advantage of the center and impacted the functionality and appeal of the facility. The room was not large enough to meet the various sports demands, and humidity and moisture were negatively affecting equipment, electrical systems, and the environmental quality of the space.
The center improvements created a larger strength and conditioning area with an open floor plan that included indoor synthetic turf that led from the training ramp up to the mezzanine. The elevator-accessible mezzanine optimizes previously underutilized space and provides additional fitness and cardio rooms and a squash viewing area., This consolidation enabled more functional team training activities and expanded training options while also acting as a tool for recruiting and retaining athletes.
The elevation changes allowed for the integration of new training opportunities. Alongside extensive new conditioning equipment and a climbing wall, the project introduced new mechanical equipment within the existing system to improve ventilation and address longstanding moisture and environmental quality issues.