Turner Complex at Crossville Centennial Park1
Turner Complex at Crossville Centennial Park
Turner Complex at Crossville Centennial Park2

Turner Complex at Crossville Centennial Park

The purpose of this project was to expand Crossville’s existing recreational park (which provided facilities for adult-league softball only) to include ball fields for all age groups. HFR facilitated a citizen forum, incorporating its input with the city’s stated recreational needs. We then provided the master plan study for a 22-acre addition to the existing park. The master plan included conceptual plans, an opinion of probable costs, and a projected schedule of construction. Finally, we designed and monitored construction of the complete facility.

The new park is a 4-field baseball and softball complex around a full service concession and restroom building with perimeter walking trails, irrigated ballfields, lighted parking, and other amenities. In 2003-2004, the city added two additional ballfields with lights and a paved, lighted 2,000 LF walking trail.

Crossville’s Centennial Park was recognized as the Independent Softball Association’s Complex of the Year for the 2011-2012 season. This is the first time this award has been given to a Tennessee ballpark. This puts Crossville’s ballpark in the company of some of the best parks in the country.


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