Architect selects precast for $5M sports complex in Ind.

Precast concrete is called for in the design of an estimated $5 million sports center in Jeffersonville, Ind., because it is stronger than metal and makes it quicker to construct the facility, said James Lake, architect with Kovert-Hawkins, the project's designer. Changes were recently proposed for the project that would almost double the original size from 20,400 square feet to roughly 37,000 square feet.

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NewsAndTribune.com (Jeffersonville/New Albany, Ind.)

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