Recreational

Recreational areas are important to cities, offering value to residents and improving the economy. The development, design, and construction of recreational facilities requires attention to detail, experience, and an ability to adhere to budgetary constraints as well as expected timelines. From parks and stadiums to YMCA facilities and more, Wright Brothers has extensive experience in working with municipalities and public works. Wright Brothers projects include Rhodes Skate and Parkour Parks, Boise Hawks Stadium, Treasure Valley YMCA, and Terry Day Park.

Wright Brothers recently finished the Rhodes Parkour Park including continued improvements to both 15th and 16th Streets. This park is the second designated parkour park built in the US and is the largest. Improvements included concrete sidewalks, concrete planter, concrete park and radius features, a...

West Family YMCA Wright Brothers, The Building Company, Eagle LLC was the construction manager selected to significantly renovate 2,500 square feet of the West Family YMCA – Boise City Aquatic Center Branch. The Renovation included locker room remodels, entry way remodel, remodel of a child care...

This project was just recently completed. Wright Brothers, The Building Company was responsible for mobilization and excavation for the new construction of Rhodes Skate Park underneath the 15th and 16th street Overpass. The 15,000 square foot project was partially funded by the Albertson’s Foundation and...

Wright Brothers, The Building Company recently completed Terry Day Park off of Federal Way in Boise, ID for the City of Boise, Parks and Recreation. We installed a complete playground including equipment, surfacing per plans and specifications, hardscape and landscape, and site amenities....

Wright Brothers, The Building Company was hired as the Design-Build contractor for the Boise Hawks baseball stadium. Attached to the Western Idaho Fairgrounds, stadium construction included anodized steel, concrete, earth stadium and pre-cast concrete stadiums at the Western Idaho Fairgrounds. A pre-cast concrete stadium was...