Leverone Field House

About the project

The Leverone Field House is currently undergoing a replacement of the building's roof along with renewal of its mechanical, electrical, and fire protection systems.  Originally built in 1965 by Italian architect Pier Luigi Nervi, an early adopter of reinforced concrete construction in public spaces, the building was previously renovated in 2000.  To limit disruption to the use of the building, the project will be completed in two phases with completion anticipated for the end of 2025.  This year's work will include the south-facing portion of the roof along with interior lighting and fire alarm updates.  The work in 2025 will complete the roofing work and replace the HVAC system.

As part of the project an Interactive 3D map of Leverone Field House was created. 

What's currently happening

  • You may have noticed the stacks of insulation and roofing membrane peeking over the temporary fence at Leverone…sure signs that roof work is about to begin!  Looks like Mother Nature has other ideas!
  • Roof replacement will begin after the 2' of snow melts off the roof.  Luckily for us, the uninsulated structure won't hold that snow for long.  It will be a different (heat loss) story once we install the Air/Vapor barrier and R40 of rigid insulation to this concrete structure.