Stillwater High School Pony Activity Center

Stillwater High School was expanded with two classroom additions and a large activity center.

Location:  Oak Park Heights, MN
Client:  BWBR Architects
Service:  Structural
Square Feet:  133,000
Construction Cost:  $48 million
Construction Materials:  Cast-in-Place Concrete, Concrete Masonry, Precast Concrete, Structural Steel
Photographs: Peter VonDeLinde


The two-story activity center included a four-court gymnasium, a gymnastics area, a fitness center, and an entrance to the football stadium.

Both areas utilized precast concrete wall panels and precast plank floors.  The activity center featured a steel joist and deck roof, while the classroom additions used precast concrete roofs for fire-rating purposes.  The elevated running track in the gymnasium employed a composite concrete over metal deck slab hung from the roof structure above.