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UofL Bass-Rudd Tennis Center Men’s Locker Room

The University of Louisville men’s and women’s tennis programs are proud to call the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center home. Located directly across from Cardinal Park, the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center currently boasts six indoor courts and eight lighted outdoor courts with electronic scoreboards.

The building also houses men’s and women’s locker rooms, a training room, player lounge areas and offices to accompany its Deco-Turf surfaced courts. Another special feature of the tennis center is the Wimbledon Room, a conference room overlooking the indoor courts.

The Bass-Rudd Tennis Center served as the host facility for the 2004 Conference USA Women’s Tennis Championship, the 2002 and 1997 C-USA Men’s Tennis Championships and as a first round site for the 1998 NCAA men’s tennis tournament.

Known as one of the best on-campus college tennis facilities in the nation, the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center was awarded the 1995 Kentucky Tennis Association Facility of the Year and the United States Tennis Association College Facility of the Year.

U of L opened the doors to the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center in 1994. The facility is named in honor of Lewis “Sonny” Bass and Mason Rudd, who each donated $500,000 toward its construction.

Aside from being the home for the Cardinals’ intercollegiate tennis teams, U of L also offers memberships and daily court time for students, faculty, staff, alumni and other interested parties.

Calhoun served as the construction manager and completed this design-build to renovate and upgrade the Bass-Rudd tennis locker rooms for men and women.  The renovation included new bathrooms, showers, lockers and lounge areas, including new flooring, paint, and acoustical ceilings.


UofL Bass-Rudd Tennis Center Women’s Locker Room

The University of Louisville men’s and women’s tennis programs are proud to call the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center home. Located directly across from Cardinal Park, the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center currently boasts six indoor courts and eight lighted outdoor courts with electronic scoreboards.

The building also houses men’s and women’s locker rooms, a training room, player lounge areas and offices to accompany its Deco-Turf surfaced courts. Another special feature of the tennis center is the Wimbledon Room, a conference room overlooking the indoor courts.

The Bass-Rudd Tennis Center served as the host facility for the 2004 Conference USA Women’s Tennis Championship, the 2002 and 1997 C-USA Men’s Tennis Championships and as a first round site for the 1998 NCAA men’s tennis tournament.

Known as one of the best on-campus college tennis facilities in the nation, the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center was awarded the 1995 Kentucky Tennis Association Facility of the Year and the United States Tennis Association College Facility of the Year.

U of L opened the doors to the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center in 1994. The facility is named in honor of Lewis “Sonny” Bass and Mason Rudd, who each donated $500,000 toward its construction.

Aside from being the home for the Cardinals’ intercollegiate tennis teams, U of L also offers memberships and daily court time for students, faculty, staff, alumni and other interested parties.

Calhoun served as the construction manager and completed this design-build to renovate and upgrade the Bass-Rudd tennis locker rooms for men and women.  The renovation included new bathrooms, showers, lockers and lounge areas, including new floors, paint, acoustical ceilings, sinks and vanities


UofL Frazier Rehabilitation 3rd Floor Renovation

Known for world-class care in comprehensive acute rehab, UofL Health – Frazier Rehab Institute (formerly KentuckyOne Health – Frazier Rehab Institute) provides extensive therapy across a number of specialties for inpatient and outpatient rehab needs.

With over 60 years of rehab experience, Frazier is committed to the development of programs that combine traditional rehab with innovative therapeutic techniques.

Calhoun served as general contractor on this renovation and framed new walls, hung drywall, patched any imperfections on existing drywall.  All walls on the entire floor were newly painted and we installed grab bars, mirrors, soap and hand sanitizers, glove holders, and sanitizer wipes holder.

 


UofL Pruvit Field Entrance Gate

Cardinal Stadium is the home of the University of Louisville football program. Debuting in 1998, it is one of the last football stadiums in NCAA Division I-A to open in the 20th century.

Calhoun served as the construction manager and completed this design-build to create a brand new, formal gate.  All work was self-performed on this new construction.