Architecture is not about

the building, it’s about

the experience once

you’re there.

Isotopes Park

Albuquerque, NM
Baseball has been a tradition in Albuquerque since the debut of the mostly dirt playing surface and folding chairs of Tingley Field in 1932. That facility was replaced in 1969 with the Albuquerque Sports Stadium, which served as home to the city’s minor league baseball team, the Dukes, for 30 years before suddenly relocating. To attract a new team to the community, the City knew they needed a minor league ballpark that would provide a major league experience. The HOK Sport-SMPC design team endeavored to create a modern ballpark, merging modern amenities with the rich history of Albuquerque and the endless natural beauties of the region. Amenities include 30 luxury suites, a diamond club, an open concourse with views to the field, 11,000 self-rising armchair seats, and grand entry plazas.
  • 2004 Associated General Contractors, Best Buildings, Grand Winner
  • 2004 Southwest Contractor Award, Best Renovation Over $5M
  • National Association of Industrial and Office Properties’ 2003 Award of Excellence and President’s Award


seat baseball park


Club Seats and 30 suites


Permanent Concession Stands plus Central Kitchen