Texas A&M Aggie Park

  • Location
    College Station, TX
  • Completion Date
  • Size
    22 acres
  • Team
    Architect: Lake|Flato
    Civil Engineer: CobbFendley & Associates
    Structural Engineer: Matrix
    MEP Engineer: Telios
    Lighting Designer: Gandy2Lighting
    Irrigation Designer: Landvisions
    Lake Design: inCon-trol Water Systems
    Signage + Wayfinding Designer: Minor Design
    Audio/Visual: Jaffe Holden
    Telecom Design: 4b Technology
    Arborist: Bartlett Tree Experts
    Accessibility Review: Ron Davis Consulting
    Construction Manager: Midway
    Geotechnical Engineering: Ulrich Engineers, Inc.
  • Photography
    Geoff Lyon, Jake Nolan
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Aggie Park is part of the trend of rethinking access to large-scale sporting event arenas and stadiums, and creating designated spaces for the public to gather. This 22-acre site is an iconic meeting point at the heart of Texas A&M’s main campus for use during stadium events and throughout the year. The project creates an upgraded open greenspace for large scale events such as Aggie Ring Day, as well as game-day tailgates. The redevelopment brings the Aggie network and guests together for celebration, relaxation and inspiration. Aggie Park featurse new additions such as an outdoor amphitheater, event lawn, new events facility, and terraced lakes to enhance open space entertainment.

The lakes – which serve as detention ponds to store groundwater – create a much-needed breeze in the heat of Texas summers in addition to acting as a flood prevention system for the sloped landscape during high amounts of rainfall.  A two-story 79,000 square foot alumni center, designed by Lake|Flato Architects, will complete the south side of the campus.

Movable outdoor furniture, Wi-Fi and new pathways connect the guests of Aggie Park, the various recreational spaces and support events of multiple sizes.