PSC has been working with Levelland ISD for quite some time, helping it with a successful bond election as well as the design and renovations of many of their facilities. One of the projects Levelland ISD selected improving was their current football stadium.

After an assessment of the original Lobo Stadium location, PSC found that the site was currently in a FEMA floodplain. The earthwork cost to raise the site out of the floodplain could not be justified and the district decided to move the location of their new stadium to the north side of town next to the current Levelland Middle School. The new stadium includes a synthetic turf playing field, an eight-lane competition track with shot put, discus, high jump and long/triple jump events. The stadium also includes a new field house for home and visitor teams along with a training facility.

The south end of the stadium is complete with a new concession and restroom building to serve both home and visiting fans from each side of the field. The home stands sit approximately 4,500 spectators and is backed by a new 1,300 square foot press box. The ground floor of the press box is enclosed and will serve as storage for all the football and track materials.

“This facility speaks for itself. You see what we did and what a great job these great people at PSC did. And we’ve become very good friends with all of the team from Parkhill, Smith and Cooper. It’s been a wonderful partnership. A wonderful partnership. And I consider them very good friends.”

Kelly Baggett

Former Levelland ISD Superintendent