Huntington Park 


Huntington Park is the new stadium for the Columbus Clippers, a AAA minor league baseball team in the International League currently affiliated with the Cleveland Guardians. A groundbreaking ceremony for the new stadium took place on August 2, 2007, and demolition began in September. The stadium opening took place on April 18, 2009.

Designed by 360 Architecture, the 10,000-seat stadium is part of a $56 million project. Huntington Park is located at the corner of Neil Avenue and Nationwide Boulevard in the Arena District of Columbus, Ohio and has replaced the Clippers’ former home, Cooper Stadium.

Tuttle’s scope included all general trades work: finish-related work including wood blocking, casework, countertops, overhead doors, doors and frames, outfield wall padding, outfield netting, back stop netting, athletic equipment, dugout benches, wheelchair lift, batter’s eye system, water fountain, water feature, and a whole host of other work. Numerous subs and suppliers worked under our supervision to complete the project on time for opening day.

Project Owner

Columbus Clippers
375 W. Nationwide Blvd.
Columbus, Ohio 43215


dates & numbers

Project start date: January 2008
Project completion date: May 2009
Contract Amount: $3,500,000
Project type: General Contract – Hard Bid


360 Architecture 375 N Front St. Suite 350 Columbus, Ohio

our team

Tuttle Construction, Inc.
880 Shawnee Road
Lima, Ohio 45805
Project Manager: Steve Schroeder
Site Superintendent: Mark Bryan