Goose Creek Independent School District – Stallworth Stadium Facility Condition Assessment

Project overview

Vanir provided facility condition assessment services for Goose Creek Independent School District’s Stallworth Stadium. The purpose of the assessment was to determine current facility improvement needs and evaluate whether the general structure would last for another 20 years. The assessment methodology compared current costs to replace the facility with repair costs, to determine the facility condition index.

Vanir’s assessment team, composed of licensed architects and electrical, mechanical, civil and structural engineers, visited the stadium to review the existing conditions. During Vanir’s interviews with the athletic and fine arts departments, significant functional issues were identified:

  • Restrooms were inadequate and concession stands needed safe access for deliveries and climate-controlled storage
  • Parking lot lacked lighting, striping and traffic control signage
  • Press box had long-term roof leaks and was not suitable for today’s needs
  • Mechanical/electrical rooms were too small and elevator malfunctioned frequently
  • ADA access was insufficient
  • Stadium lacked equal facilities for men and women and appropriate facilities for officials
  • Stadium had spalling concrete falling onto visitors and the concourse had flooding due to rain coming in from the grandstands above
Baytown, Texas
Goose Creek Independent School District
Square Footage
202,557 SF
Construction Cost
Repair Cost: $13 Million; Replacement Cost: $32 Million
Start Date
Completion Date