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field house

A large, long-span structure used for athletic activities such as basketball or track events.
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Field House care home is run by Barchester Healthcare, one of the UK's largest care providers.
And, there is a well-fenced paddock area, extending over 19.27 acres, which is divided into a number of enclosures Due to its location, Field House Farm provides easy access to Newcastle, Sunderland and Durham.
"This is the dawn of a historic era for Prairie View," Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp said at an event held Wednesday at the new field house. "This is about a lot more than a football stadium.
ReneSola Ltd (NYSE: SOL), a technology provider of energy efficient products, has sold its 6.4 MW Field House utility scale project in the United Kingdom to funds managed by Foresight Group, an independent infrastructure and private equity investment manager.
Lake Barrington Field House is a 175,000 square foot indoor sports complex.
Also, the 5,000-square-metre athletic field house is designed for the world-class student athlete.
Steen said significant milestones have been achieved during her tenure, such as a $32 million facility that will provide space for Health and Human Performance and other programs, as well as a field house and indoor track.
The district is spending $58 million on the high school projects, which include field house and cafeteria additions, HVAC upgrades and auditorium renovations.
Resident trainer Jane Houfton described the conditions seen at Field House Farm as "vicious and hurricane-like winds", which have resulted in essential repair work being carried out, particularly on trackside fencing.
LSU or Saint Joseph's at HP Field House, Orlando, Fla., 5:30 or 8 p.m.
Much of the community is also excited about the installation of synthetic turf on athletic fields and the construction of a field house. Here is what we anticipate for that timeline.