Kansas City Sport Court

Kansas City, MO6,546 Sq. Ft.

Project Summary:

This private recreational development in Kansas City, Missouri, was designed and built in collaboration with our parent company DC Builders. We provided custom design plans while DC Builders oversaw the construction of this one-of-a-kind clear span structure. The main floor consists of a half-court basketball training area with three hoops. Large gridded windows above the entrance, trapezoid windows on the gable ends, and a row of clerestory windows help brighten the space and illuminate its tongue and groove ceilings. Meanwhile, overhead garage doors near the entrance provide easy access between the court and patio area/pool. These clients can also take advantage of an enclosed storage space on the first floor.

A loft above the storage room offers a cozy entertainment area with a ping pong table and counter seating. A 12′ x 8′ overhead door makes it possible to open the space to the outside so our clients can enjoy some sunshine and fresh air from their loft. We made several structural modifications to the original model, including widening our Stillwater Barn Home Kit from 24′ to 30′ and extending the length from 36′ to 65.’ Designed for a sloped property, this multi-use building demonstrates our ability to work with any job site and create something that truly represents our clients’ personalities and styles.

General Overview:

STILLWATER 30′ x 65′:

  • 2,313 SQ. FT.
  • Indoor Basketball Court
  • Storage
  • Garage Loft


  • 9/12 Roof Pitch
  • 28′ 4″ Ridge Height
  • Parallel Chord Trusses
  • 8′ 3″ Retaining Wall


  • 12′ x 8′ Overhead Door
  • Cedar Board & Batten Siding

Custom Features:

This basketball court and entertainment space is an excellent showcase of our custom design capabilities. We started with our Stillwater Barn Home Kit and transformed this clear span structure into a unique recreational building built for practice and play. Some of the most remarkable features in this structure include the gridded windows above the entryway, the trapezoid windows that adorn the gable ends, and the Douglas fir tongue and groove ceiling material above the court and loft area. Additionally, overhead doors provide access to and from the outside on the first and second levels while enhancing ventilation and natural light.

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