K-12 & Higher Education

Kansas State Volleyball Arena and Olympic Training Facility


Value Engineering
Post Construction

Client Feature

This state-of-the-art facility houses both the Morgan Family Volleyball Arena and the Morris Family Olympic Training Center.

Architect & Location

HOK Architects
Manhattan, Kansas

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The Morgan Family Arena holds 3,100 fans and provides premium amenities for student-athletes, coaches, and fans. The facility includes two practice courts designed to optimize training efficiency and the game court is equipped with the latest advancements in volleyball flooring.

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The Morris Family Olympic Training Center will serve 12 K-State athletic teams. This 14,000 sq ft facility houses state-of-the-art strength and conditioning equipment, hydrotherapy tubs, sports medicine and rehab space, a nutrition and refueling station, and an 8,000 sq. ft. multi-use turf area.

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