Queen’s University Tindall Field

The redevelopment of Tindall Field as a central open space for the University was a critical part of the overall strategy of improving and expanding campus green space. The artificial turf football and soccer field and associated running track is designed for casual practice as well as scheduled use. Integrated into the existing campus fabric, the new green space acts as an attractive, welcoming gateway from Albert Street, and includes new park elements, amphitheatre seating, and significant landscape improvements to the bordering streetscape. The field is constructed above a 580-space parking facility with multiple glass exit pavilions, which act at night as lanterns around this new open space.