Warner Robins, GA (PressExposure) March 08, 2011 -- International City Builders, Inc. (ICB) is proud to announce that they have completed the new Southeastern Region Headquarters for Little League International. The first phase consists of a new 10,000 sf office/training facility and the second phase of construction is the new tournament stadium complex. The construction of the stadium buildings is scheduled for completion the end of April 2010. Field construction and operations preparations will continue into the month of May 2010.
This past weekend Jennifer Colvins, Southeastern Region Director, held her first training session with game officials in the new 3,500 sf training room it has been selected as the Design-Builders for the new Southeastern Regional Headquarters for the American Little League. This new facility will be located adjacent to the existing Little League fields off of Cohen Walker Road in Warner Robins, Georgia. Little League Baseball and Softball is the world's largest organized youth sports program, with nearly 2.6 million players and one million adult volunteers in every U.S. state and scores of other countries.
The same care that the Little League International Board of Directors took with the selection of Warner Robins, Georgia as their new home was taken with the selection of their Design-Builder. ICB a commercial builder in Georgia has teamed up with JMA Architecture, Inc. of Perry, Georgia to provide design services for this project. The ICB and JMA team are currently finishing the new horse area addition at the Perry Ag Center and have recently completed the new Flint Energies Member Service Center in Warner Robins, Georgia.
The project is expected to be completed in April 2010. By January 2010, Little League Southeastern Region staff is expected to be operating out of the newly-constructed administration building. Sensitive to the Owner's timeline, Mark A. Christianson, Director of Construction with ICB, said "Construction is scheduled to break ground in early August 2009 and anticipate completion in the winter of the same year. Teaming up with the Owner and JMA Architecture, Inc. will allow ICB to provide design, cost and constructability overview for a quick start and early finish that is within the Owner's budget."
The Southeastern Regional Headquarters will serve as the administrative office for the Little League Baseball and Softball activities for the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. The new facilities will also include a new 3,500 seat stadium that will be used for the Southeastern Regional Tournaments starting in 2010.