National Rolling Association Announces Plans for new $52,000,000 Headquarters

December 12, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports News
The National Rolling Association (NRA), the largest governing body for the amateur and professional sport of rolling, announced plans to build a new national headquarters. The new structure will be located in Cleveland, Ohio near The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

The planned 32 interlocked buildings, totaling 100,000 square feet, will be used for permanent and partially-permanent exhibits, California-syle food service, indoor rolling hills and trails, and feature rolling-friendly bathroom facilities.

Costing over $52,000,000, designed by Wright, Yu, Knutt, the steel, glass, and energy-efficient-asbestos-shingled, Pueblo-syle buildings will feature environmental features that will reduce global warming.

The released drawing of the envisioned structure has been nominated as the best drawing of a newly planned building by the Ohio Association of Architectural Artists.

Construction is expected to be completed by October, 2009. Funding will be through donations and a grant from Habitats for Non-Profits.