Brick by brick the Powerhouse Hoops Club Basketball family has seen their large plot of vacant land in the southern part of the Valley transform into a 27,000 square foot Mecca aimed at improving much more than jump shots and rebounding.
The PHHacility, which is to officially open later this month, features three courts, locker rooms and workout areas but will also provide upon completion a yoga studio and academic center.
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“We try to hold ourselves to a very high standard,” Powerhouse Co-Owner and Program Director Jeff Becker said to Sports360AZ.com. “We’re not just growing a better basketball player we’re growing a better person through the game of basketball.”
The near 18-month project hasn’t come without its challenges but the focus has remained steadfast with a keen eye on the big picture.
“It’s been a combination of frustration and reward,” General Contractor and Powerhouse Co-Owner William Dippel said with a smile to Sports360AZ.com. “You hang in there. You keep dealing with issues…you work through them and you wind up with something like this.”
The first bucket of in the brand new state of the art basketball PHHACILITY goes to @ccwright04 (Caleb Wright) in the WCE Summer Tip-Off #walloffame #firstbucket @PowerhouseHoops @J_Becker1 @GreggRosenberg1 @PrepHoopsAZ @WCEBball @wceua @RyanSilver1 @CoachSimon2 @MillenniumHoops pic.twitter.com/QqRCDSi9Bk
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