The City of Hoover has selected Barry Davis Architects, P.C. to design the new Miracle Field, which could be available for use later this year. An international program, The Miracle League provides more than 80,000 children and young adults with disabilities the opportunity to play baseball in more than 200 Miracle League organizations.
“The Miracle Field is an exciting opportunity for us and a step forward for the City of Hoover,” said President Barry Davis. “The ability to provide recreation facilities and services for those with disabilities is a sign that Hoover is growing in all the right ways. We at Barry Davis Architects feel privileged to participate in the City’s development.”
Barry Davis Architects is currently in its 25th year of operation. The firm’s projects can be seen throughout the Southeast, but more locally with the Hoover Metropolitan Stadium, the City of Vestavia Hills Public Works, UAB, the Galleria Mall, the Birmingham Veterans’ Administration, the Hoover Recreation Center, the Hoover Public Library, and several local fire stations, detention centers, health facilities and retail stores.