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Rise: Beauchamp Recreation & Wellness Center
A Recreation and Wellness Center
is central to the University's belief that an education includes the mind, body, and spirit. Howard Hall was a state-of-the-art athletics venue when it opened in 1927, but today it is an aging building that does not meet current building codes or standards. The time has come for a new, modern facility.
University of Portland will break ground in May 2014 on the long-awaited facility. The Beauchamp Recreation and Wellness Center will be located across Portsmouth Avenue facing the Chiles Center and Etzel Field. It will be bordered by Strong and Warren Streets and Van Houten Avenue.
THE FITNESS CENTER will feature state-of-the-art equipment including cardio machines, strength stations, free-weight stations, an area for functional training, as well as a fitness assessment room for health and wellness testing and counseling.
THE GYMNASIUM will include three courts for basketball, volleyball, and floor hockey within 23,000 square feet. One court will be used as needed by the athletics department for varsity team practices.
AN INDOOR TRACK suspended above the gym will have three lanes for walking and running (8 laps to the mile), and will include pace clocks and stretching areas.
TWO EXCERCISE STUDIOS AND A SPIN STUDIO will provide more than 5,000 square feet of space for group exercise, yoga, Pilates, spinning, and fine arts classes when needed.
A 32-foot high, three-sided CLIMBING WALL will be based on the ground floor.
AN OUTDOOR PURSUITS CENTER will feature 1,500 square feet of space for renting outdoor/camping gear and bicycles; organizing intramural sports teams and outdoor adventures; facilitating trips and workshops for academic classes; a bicycle repair shop; and recreational services office space.
DAY USE LOCKER ROOMS will be built for use by students, faculty, and staff.