Groundbreaking Kicks Off Construction for New Performance Center

St. George, Utah, November 4, 2021 – Reach Higher Athletics held a groundbreaking ceremony to signify the start of construction on their future 30,093 square foot Performance Center located at the west end of 1600 S street off Dixie Drive.

The local community and those involved with the project gathered for a short program to hear more about Reach Higher Athletics and what they will be able to accomplish with this new facility.

“This performance center will be one of the top facilities in the country,” said one of the owners, Dylan Adamson. “Partnered with our elite training, different recovery options, on-the-spot nutrition, mental coaching, and much more that will make this a full package performance facility. We are really excited. We are going to make a lasting impact in the community here in many different ways.”

The main floor of the building will total 25,923 square feet and the second level will be 4,170 square feet of office area. The facility will house basketball courts, an indoor turf field, a sprint lane, a weight room, a smoothie bar, and a sports treatment area.

Reach Higher will be home to several different local programs, various tournaments, camps, clinics, sporting events, and community events. They also announced that they will be a West Coast NFL Combine training location.

Construction will begin immediately by local contractor Watts Construction.

“We really enjoy projects that enhance and contribute to our community,” said Watts CEO, Chris Boudrero. “This facility will definitely do that by helping local athletes perform and compete at a higher level.”

The Reach Higher Athletics Performance Center is estimated for completion by Spring 2022.

About Reach Higher Athletics

Reach Higher Athletics brings a full-bodied approach to sports performance for the Southern Utah area by combining our elite training system with high-level industry support partners. Our training systems are designed for athletes from any sport, no matter the position or level of play.