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In Lindale, Texas, athletics are a big deal. You can see it on the field, hear it in the stands, and feel it in the community. So, it’s no surprise that when Lindale ISD decided to build a new indoor practice facility, they were looking for a facility that reflected the excellence of Lindale athletics.

Built in 2020, the Lindale High School Multi-Purpose Facility is a more than 60,000 square foot, clear-span building with an 80 yard synthetic turf field. This facility provides an indoor practice space for various Lindale ISD teams and groups. With a mechanically lowered divider net at the 50-yard line, the area can easily be divided in half to accommodate different groups or activities. Net cages can be lowered from the ceiling to accommodate batting, throwing, or kicking practice and net goalposts can be lowered at each end zone.  The north end and west side feature viewing decks.

  • Use: Indoor Practice Facility

  • Size: 63,705 square feet

  • Roofing: 2:12 slope; A. Ultra-Dek Roof System

  • Design Customization:

    • Exterior: Masonry Wainscot fully around building

    • 4" Roof and Wall Insulation; Light Transmitting Panels

Lindale ISD Indoor Practice Facility metal building
Interior of Lindale Indoor Practice Field metal building
Lindale ISD Indoor Football Practice field metal building
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