Doenges Stadium is a poured-in-place concrete facility that was built in the early 1930s as part of the WPA work program. The stadium was rehabilitated for the Bartlesville Centennial and hosted the American Legion World Series in 2003 and 2007.

Ambler Architects recruited and secured donations from a team of local contractors to upgrade and update the facility. The concession stand was renovated and the space under the bleachers was redone, adding locker rooms and offices. The gates and statues were added, giving the stadium a new breath of life. The parking lot, roof, and lights were also updated.

Start and End Date: 2004- 2004

Contractor: Ambler Architects