Designing an effective baseball equipment storage area for high school, college, and professional teams can be tough. Not only do equipment managers need to store the usual uniforms and apparel that are common to all sports teams, but they also need to store odd-sized items that are unique to baseball, like chest protectors, bats, and other gear.
Designing a New Baseball Equipment Room
When this state university received funding to renovate and expand its baseball facilities, the equipment manager asked the nearby Spacesaver consultant to help optimize space in the new equipment room. The program needed storage for baseball uniforms, shoes, and hats, as well as a way to store bulky gear like catchers’ masks and chest protectors.
Secure, Customized Compact Shelving
The consultant designed Spacesaver shelving and mobile systems to store more gear in less space, and he specified tambour doors to roll down to keep gear secure. He worked with the architects’ plans to design systems that fit under low-hanging ductwork and plumbing.
EZ Rail® Stores Catchers’ Gear
Compartments Keep Hats Organized
Widespan Shelving Holds More Shoe Boxes
Locking Roll-down Doors Keep Gear Secure
Optimized Baseball Equipment Storage
The result is a clean, well-organized equipment room that streamlines workflows, keeps gear secure, and helps equipment managers get players and coaches everything they need, when they need it.
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