UVA’s Davenport Field has undergone a series of major transformations over the past 15 years. In 2002, the University unveiled a brand-new stadium featuring a canopied 1,500-seat grandstand, sky boxes, stadium lighting, press box, concession area, and new dugouts, locker rooms, and club house. A $4.5 million renovation in 2010 expanded the club house and added amenities to support player development. In 2018, the season opened on an $18.76 million, 40,000 SF stadium expansion that will further enhance the fan experience and player recruiting, training, and development.
2RW has played a key role in the transformation of Davenport Field over the past two decades, providing a variety of services that have included:
These comprehensive stadium enhancements help UVA continue to compete among the nation’s elite baseball programs. The best-in-class facilities and amenities support program development efforts by attracting new fans and prospective players and the LEED facility advances the goals of the University’s sustainability plan. The initial facility is LEED Certified and the latest expansion has earned LEED Silver certification.
OWNER: University of Virginia
TIMEFRAME: 2001–2003, 2009–2010, and 2016–2019
SIZE: 40,000+ SF
COST: $25 million (combined proj. costs)
Host site of NCAA Division I Regional Tournament, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2010–2013
Host Site of NCAA Division I Super Regional Tournament, 2010, 2011, 2013