Faribault Soccer Complex

Faribault, MN | Sports + Recreation

Overview

ISG worked with multiple parties to design and lead fundraising efforts for a new soccer complex that includes fields, concessions, restrooms, and grandstand seating.


Opportunity

The City, local soccer organization, and school district teamed up to begin planning for a shared community soccer complex, requiring coordination, master planning, and fundraising expertise.

Solution

Together with the City of Faribault, Faribault Soccer Association, and Faribault Public Schools, ISG developed a plan for a jointly owned community soccer complex. The final master plan for the soccer complex included plans to construct soccer fields, stormwater management, and other supporting components including a concession stand, restrooms, and grandstand seating. The funding for the project was a combination of municipal funds and fundraising efforts by the Faribault Soccer Association. The project was designed to be constructed in phases allowing the project to progress as funds became available. ISG provided promotional materials for fundraising efforts enabling the organization to present the project to a broad range of potential contributors. The facility is now known to the community as Bahl Field, complete with lighting, seating, and a striking welcoming service building.


Market News

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Mankato MoonDogs’ Franklin Rogers Park to be Renamed ISG Field

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