New Frisco PGA of America headquarters building unveiled in Texas

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New Frisco PGA of America headquarters building which will be home to one of the largest sports organizations in the world, has been unveiled in Texas.

Reportedly the new headquarters measures 106,622 square feet and cost US$ 33.5M to construct. It was built by Minneapolis-based Adolfson & Peterson Construction in collaboration with Chicago-based Cushman & Wakefield. Houston-based firm, Page, designed the facility which occupies only 6.2 acres of a the new 660-acre PGA land.

The New Frisco PGA of America headquarters building was built through public-private cooperation. The PP is between the PGA, the city of Frisco, the Frisco Independent School District, and others.

Construction on the HQ project began in September 2020, and according to the PGA, it was halfway complete last spring. At the time, it was anticipated that the new headquarters would open in the first quarter of 2022.

An overview of the New Frisco PGA of America headquarters building

The headquarters structure, which has three floors of office space, includes a top-floor conference room with access to a large outdoor terrace.

There’s also a state-of-the-art indoor training center featuring a driving range simulator and a chipping area. Additionally, the indoor training center features a putting area and internal hitting bays with moveable outer walls for hitting out to the driving range. A multimedia and education center on the bottom floor will provide staff, guests, and PGA members with information on the sport.

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The New Frisco PGA of America headquarters building lobby’s architecture includes a wood wall modeled after a golf course’s contours, terrazzo flooring, and an open social stairway with seating places on either side. According to the press statement, sustainability was a key consideration in construction. More than 75% of the construction waste generated during construction was recycled or reused, and the building is aiming for a LEED Silver rating.

According to PGA President Jim Richerson, “The PGA took a conscious effort in reducing, reusing, and recycling during design, construction, and in-building usage after moving in.”