Lafayette School Corporation's Crawley Field was an existing Football Stadium that had begun to show signs of deterioration. The Corporation decided to replace it with a new facility. Keystone Architecture was contracted to provide the conceptual designs for this stadium, to allow the Athletic Department to secure funding from private sources.
Keystone Architecture began developing the program to seat up to 5,000 visitors to the complex, and the field is designed to accommodate high school football, soccer, and track. The stadium building is a 2 story structure, consisting of a concessions stand, offices, and restrooms on the first floor. The second floor contains the press boxes, officials viewing, TV viewing areas, and hospitality space. The building also features a passenger elevator to both levels, as well as access for disabled persons to several levels of the stadium seating areas. Future additions to the building will include varied sizes of sport locker rooms and showers, a weight room, training room, laundry, and storage areas. The field surface is a "second generation" artificial turf, and an all-weather track surrounds the playing fields. Separate buildings have been designed to accommodate concessions, restrooms, and ticket booths for the visitors to the facility, along with a large prominent symbolic "Entry Gate" to the field.
Keystone Architecture supplied all of the drawings, along with a rendered, colored "fly through" of the proposed facility on CD, so that the fund raising efforts could be presented in an up to date, modern technology.