Posts Tagged: UO

UO Papé Field Receives Award

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University of Oregon’s Papé Field has been honored with the Field Division Silver Medal of the American Sports Builder Association’s 2015 Distinguished Sports Facility Awards. Papé Field is home to the UO women’s lacrosse and women’s soccer teams. Cameron McCarthy provided comprehensive landscape architectural design for both the high performance athletic field and the complex’s… Read more »

Nine Flags Project Flies on UO Campus

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On November 3, 2014, nine flags were raised at the heart of the University of Oregon campus to honor the state’s nine tribal nations: Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Reservation, Confederated Tribes of Grande Ronde, Confederated Tribes of Coos and Lower Umqua, Siletz Tribe, Cow Creek of Umqua Indians, Coquille Indian… Read more »

UO Football Practice Facility Wins ASBA Award

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The American Sports Builders Association (ASBA) has announced the winners of its 2014 sport facilities awards, including the Cameron McCarthy designed UO Football Practice and Training Facility. The project received a Distinguished Facility award in the Multi-Field Facility category. The ASBA is a national organization for designers and builders who specialize in athletic facilities.  Awards… Read more »

Zen North Complete

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Cameron McCarthy was the lead design firm that transformed the 5-acre northern half of University of Oregon’s Autzen Stadium. The project named Zen North was completed in August 2013.  The hardscape and landscape improvements have greatly improved fan access and egress and incorporated cascading waterfalls, large caliper native trees, salvaged woods transformed into site furnishings,… Read more »

Duck Fans Welcome UO Baseball Home

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In a town where time had long silenced the heartbeat of college baseball, fans gathered Friday, huddled in the shadow of Autzen Stadium. The snap of a ball jumping off a bat sliced through the still morning air at PK Park. Heads turned. Seats filled. And as if by magic, Oregon baseball fans began to… Read more »