HHI worked in cooperation with Architect TL Stroh and North Dakota State University on the multimillion-dollar renovation and addition of the SHEELS CENTER on the Fargo Campus. The Haldeman-Homme /Anderson-Ladd team coordinated, supplied and installed many key elements of the state of the art NDSU sports complex, including:
• Practice and Competition Athletic Flooring
• Team Lockers and Storage Solutions
• Fixed and Retractable Arena Seating
• Team & film room Seating
• High Performance Athletic Equipment
• Filming & Broadcasting Platforms
The main facility, The SCHEELS Center, seats 5,700. It features cushion seating, an open concourse overlooking the court, a club room, and six basketball hoops for training on non-game days. HHI supplied and installed Irwin Telescopic and Fixed seating systems, DeBourgh locker and storage systems, Athletic Equipment manufactured by Porter Athletic Equipment. Haldeman-Homme’s sister company, Anderson Ladd installed the state-of-the-art Robbins Bio-Channel competition athletic flooring.
One of the biggest changes to the complex is the addition of the Nodak Mutual Basketball Performance Center. HHI /Al contributed to this facility with Robbins athletic flooring, Irwin meeting room seating, and Porter Athletic Equipment. It features three full-length basketball courts with overhead basketball hoops, and two scoreboards. There’s also a divider curtain to allow both men’s and women’s teams to practice at the same time when the SCHEELS Center is occupied.
The facility houses the Bison’s Division 1 Basketball, Volleyball, Wrestling, and other university teams and clubs. The Bison’s inaugural exhibition basketball game took place Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016 against Concordia Moorhead.
“I believe working with Haldeman & Homme was the best option with the combined experience in flooring and seating, and a single source responsibility in not only coordinating the installation but assistance during design and conceptual decisions. Their service was second to none and there always was a solution whenever there was an issue.”
TL Stroh Architects and Interiors