The Fort Stockton High School Athletics Improvements project was completed in two phases. PSC was hired to redesign the softball & baseball fields, concession stand, bleachers, press box, dugouts, locker rooms, fences and scoreboard, and parking lots and walkways.

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Phase I of the project included replacing the turf in the softball and baseball fields. Phase II included remodeled locker rooms, state-of-the-art bleachers and press box, a concession stand and dugouts. These features were all designed to be ADA compliant. New fencing, backstop netting and a flagpole were also installed. The flagpole is in view of both the softball and baseball fields which was considered for the opening ceremonies at games. Brick pavers replaced the walkways and were laid to mimic the hard lines and edges of the fields. The colors of the pavers in a neutral palette of limestone, slate and charcoal relate to the arid environment of far West Texas.

For practices, new batting cages were constructed for the baseball and softball programs. A new parking lot for athletics and driveways increases efficiency and safety for students and school vehicles. The complex is a facility that the Fort Stockton community as a whole is very proud of.