From master-planning a multi-use motorsports complex to selecting the type of wire mesh to use on the safety fence, Paxton Waters has been involved with design solutions on numerous speedway facilities.
Sight lines, concessions, restrooms, suites, race control, track layout and profile, parking, competitor pits, office and maintenance buildings - all are designed with the race fan and track owner in mind.
The most important part of a racing facility is the track itself. Mr. Waters' experiences from California to Florida on various types of racing facilities in different markets and climates helps the owner come to practical and cost effective solutions.
Master Planning of Racing Facilities
Track Layout and Design
Building Facilities and Design
Grandstand Layout and Design
Safety Wall and Fence Design
Cost Options and Scheduling
Existing Race Track Facility Investigation
Other Sevices Offered Through Affiliations
Traffic and Parking Studies
Marketing of Motorsports
Financial Business Planner
Paxton Waters, President
Involved with the general practice of architecture since 1976.
Primary experience has been in the project management and design phases of architecture.
Specialty building types of experience: Auto Racing Facilities, Commercial, Industrial, Office, Parking Garages, Library Facilities, Banks, Retirement Communities, Warehousing, Golf Clubhouses, and Residential.
Paxton Waters has Architectural Registrations for:
Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and West Virginia
Member of American Institute of Architects (Since 1988)
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards #36,896
University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska. Bachelor of Architecture, 1976.