The project consisted entirely of new construction with a total project cost of approximately $72 million for a facility with 171,000 sq. ft. The total project time was approximately two years. The structure consisted of reinforced concrete footings, steel framing, CMU bearing and shear walls, concrete floor decks, and open-web steel joist roofs with metal decking. Frost engineers designed the CMU bearing and shear walls (both components and connection details) which existed in all major portions of the facility by adhering to the State Building Code and applying the equations and methodologies of IBC, ASCE 7, TMS 402/602, and NCMA TEK. Frost also designed the spectator stands in the Olympic pool area which consisted of hot-rolled steel framing, precast decking, and CMU infill.