CHS Field (St. Paul Saints Stadium)

CHS Field (St. Paul Saints Stadium) | St. Paul, MN

  • Named Ballpark Digest's number 1 indy stadium
  • 7,000 fixed seat ballpark (includes alternate seating types for a total capacity of 9,000).
  • Owned by the City of St. Paul, MN Parks and Recreation.
  • Leased to the St. Paul Saints.
  • Approximately 50 St. Paul Saints’ games and 120+ amateur baseball games per year.
  • Ability to host national college and American Legion baseball tournaments and other events.
  • Built on the existing foundations of the Diamond Products building and supported on high capacity pile caps.
  • A service corridor runs directly along, but not touching, the light rail building.
  • ERA designed a precast frame in-house using IPD.
  • Bowl is part risers (precast stadia) and slab on grade.
  • Lights on the club level are also integral to the structure. They are supported on steel columns and frames – connected to roof framing – and transferred down to the columns.
  • The ballpark was completed in spring of 2015.
  • View a "fly through" of the new ballpark.
  • View a video of the new CHS Field renderings being released
  • CHS Field (formerly Lowertown Ballpark) in the news
  • WAN Sport in Architecture Award 2016

Team Members

Owner: City of St. Paul Parks and Recreation

Design Architect: Snow Kreilich Architects

Architect of Record: Ryan Companies US, Inc. Architecture + Engineering

General Contractor: Ryan Companies US, Inc.

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