Construction is nearing completion for the Rosemont Ballpark in Rosemont, IL, home of the Chicago Dogs baseball team. TGRWA is the Structural Engineer of Record for the $60 million, 6,300-seat stadium set to host its first home game in May, 2018.  Enclosing the field on the north and west sides is a continuous 2-story, steel-framed pavilion structure consisting of concessions, private suites, party decks, and a 2nd-level club with elevated seating. In left field and center field is an elevated steel-framed structure under which is housed all of the miscellaneous baseball amenities, such as locker rooms, training rooms, offices, batting cages, and a fan experience area.  The entirety of the various wall elements for the ballpark, including the outfield, bullpen, dugout, and field access tunnel walls, were constructed with cast-in-place concrete.  Seating for the spectators was provided using a stepped slab-on-grade system. TGRWA also designed the foundation structure for an adjacent precast concrete parking structure using reinforced concrete grade beams and belled caissons.

The Architect of Record is AECOM, the Contractor is Northern Builders, and the Owner is the Village of Rosemont.