Wellness, Performance, Discovery

At SRG, we often discover answers to challenging design questions in unexpected places. Engaging a diverse set of experiences and expertise betters our process, resulting in holistic solutions that reveal programming and design synergies. SRG’s firm strengths in wellness, performance, and discovery have created a team of experts who challenge pattern-thinking and encourage building outside of the box.

 

Bowerman Sports Science Center

Hayward Field

Hayward Field integrates a high-performance athlete training and recovery environment for research unique to track and field beneath the stadium—the Bowerman Sports Science Center. This research lab for the Department of Human Physiology conducts groundbreaking research on the mechanics of the human body. A series of laboratories collect data to better understand how to prevent injuries, create better prosthetics, and accelerate training and recovery. Serving as an innovation hub, the collaboration between product design, athletic medicine, engineering, and human physiology come together in the design of the new Hayward Field where its focus on athlete health, endurance, and performance improves the athletes’ overall wellness—a benefit to Oregon track teams, the University, the greater sports community, and health and wellness research development long into the future.

Healthy Design that Embodies a Noble Mission

Knight Cancer Research Building

The Knight Cancer Research Building at OHSU has a mission to end cancer as we know it. Components of the design reflect this mission by prioritizing healthy finishes and eliminating toxic materials in the design process. The design team accomplished a healthier environment for its occupants by mapping product choices by sourcing, manufacturing, certification, and chemical content to identify and eliminate sources of carcinogens in the built environment—meaning the building lives its mission as much as its researchers.

Better Performances Year‑in and Year‑out

Jane Sanders Softball Stadium

Listed as a top softball stadium in the NCAA, Jane Sanders Stadium has enjoyed its status as one of the nation’s best facilities and demonstrates an increased support of women in sports on a national stage. Expanded state-of-the-art amenities and a Softball Performance Center supported by holistic programs results in better team building and gives their student-athletes a competitive edge, yielding more success on the field. Since the stadium’s opening in 2016, the Ducks have welcomed more than 15,000 fans to #TheJane for six NCAA postseason games in 2018 and sellout crowds for NCAA Regionals and NCAA Super Regionals.

At the Intersection of Science and Sport

Marcus Mariota Sports Performance Center

Athletics in education is a critical component of preparing students for life, not just sports. At University of Oregon, the intersection of science, sports, and wellness comes together in the Marcus Mariota Sports Performance Center, where the Sports Science Unit measures and tests athletes to prevent injury and decrease recovery time with innovative technologies like bone density scanners and a neurocognitive center to help diagnose and treat concussion symptoms. Data captured from this research extends beyond Marcus Mariota and even the University of Oregon—its influence impacts the treatment and recovery of athletes in all of college athletics.

Top Quality Student‑athlete Care for Everyone

Reser Stadium Westside

The expansion of Oregon State University’s Reser Stadium will provide amenities year-round, not just during Beaver Football season, from the OSU Welcome Center at the lower level of the westside deck to a new four-story Wellness Clinic addition at a prominent connection point to campus. In conjunction with a community health partner offering primary care, counseling and laboratory services, the clinic expands access to premier holistic care normally reserved for student-athletes to all its students, faculty, and the broader Corvallis community.