The Greenville Stadium project in Greenville, S.C., is the centerpiece of the West End Downtown Redevelopment. The project also serves as the synthesis of public and private actions to construct a new Minor League Baseball Stadium within a year. As the project uses recycled mill brick and is surrounded by the city’s “streetscape” improvements, it appears it will be a long-standing resident in a now vibrant West End community. The development of the functional stadium involves constructing it with a top-loading concrete bleacher system with an extensive sun and weather canopy supported by the Suite and Press level, creating a Party Deck on top of the team locker rooms and renovating a 100-year-old fire station into a team store. Since Greenville is the Class A affiliate for the Boston Red Sox, the EMJ team also includes a replica Green Monster in the stadium, matches Fenway Park’s dimensions, and adds a Pesky Pole. The EMJ team works closely with the owner, designers, city, utilities, and local authorities to expedite the process of constructing the stadium and completing the surrounding “streetscape” project 10 months prior to the first pitch.