Professional Painting Contractor

Winter 2014

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6 PPC WINTER 2014 T HE NATION'S NEWEST Triple-A baseball franchise. An impressive new $50 mil- lion field of dreams. Thanks to the work of contractors like Di- versified Interiors, the project is a winner for both the team and the city of El Paso. The project Many years in the planning, the new Southwest University Park base- ball complex replaced Cohen Stadi- um as the home of El Paso baseball. Situated on the former City Hall site, the look was based on the El Paso Union Depot and incorporates architectural details found in other historic buildings in the region. "The whole ballpark design is about creating that new image of downtown El Paso," says architect David Bower. The facility is used primarily as the home of the El Paso Chihuahuas, a Triple-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres playing in the Pacific Coast League. It has an official seating ca- pacity of 9,500. There are 46,000 square feet of floor space on the con- course level, with 24 luxury suites, team office space, retail store, bar, restaurant and party areas for fans. The painter Founded in 1982, Diversified Interiors, Inc. has been trusted with many high-profile painting and renovation projects. Recent COMMERCIAL PAINTING New ballpark project invigorates the El Paso community

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