Pendulum’s 2017 Year In Sports

2017 marked a number of milestones for Pendulum.  We celebrated our 10 year anniversary, opened Jimmy John’s Field, and witnessed the incredible journey of the Hartford Yard Goats with the opening of Dunkin’ Donuts Park – the 2017 recipient of http://www.baseballparks.com “Ballpark of the Year” Award.

Pendulum also enjoyed a couple nice key wins on deck for 2019 and 2020.  following the opening of our Coastal Plains League (CPL) facility in Holly Springs Pendulum was awarded the role of Architect of Record for the Fuse District Multi-Use Complex in Gastonia, NC (also CPL).   The Fawley Bryant/Pendulum team won the design of the new Atlanta Braves spring training complex currently under construction in North Port, FL.

As we look ahead to 2018 we are in eager anticipation of opening two new Pendulum facilities, Willie Horton Field of Dreams for the Detroit Police Athletic League and Historic Luther Williams Field, home of the Macon Bacon (the absolute best team name ever – keep sizzling!).

Finally, at the 2017 Baseball Winter Meetings in Orlando we released our new Sports centric flip book/digital brochure that graphically highlights several of our aforementioned project milestones.  Check it out here: www.pendulumsport.com

The Pendulum keeps swinging….

Acknowledgements:

  • Dunkin’ Donuts Park Photo Credit – Robert Benson Photography
  • Our Clients – Thank you for encouraging us to keep taking chances and pushing the envelope.
  • Joe Mock, http://www.baseballparks.com – We’re still excited about the DDP award!
  • Our Peers & Competitors – Thanks for the fuel…
  • Pendulum Staff – Let’s get it!

Author: Pendulum

Architects, Designers, Innovators, Community & Sustainability Advocates

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