Report: Diamondbacks choose architecture firm to design possible new stadium

HKS previously designed the team’s spring training complex, Salt River Fields, which opened in 2011.

By Rebekah Sanders | Arizona Republic 

The Arizona Diamondbacks have chosen an international architecture firm to design a possible replacement for Chase Field as the team decides whether to leave the 21-year-old downtown Phoenix stadium or renovate it, unnamed sources told industry magazine VenuesNow.

HKS previously designed the team’s spring training complex, Salt River Fields, which opened in 2011, as well as spring-training venues for the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals and football stadiums for the Dallas Cowboys and Indianapolis Colts.

The company has offices around the world, including in Phoenix.

A Diamondbacks spokesman declined to comment to The Arizona Republic.

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