OJB推出了一种新的种植调色板 - 观赏草和野花 - 不是传统贝勒校园种植的典型。大片的种植都受到桥梁和河流边缘的曲率的影响。这种新的种植调色板，连同围绕体育场和尾门区域的活橡树“环”，区分了校园的体育场侧。
In Spring of 2012, Baylor University announced that they would retire the 60 year old off-campus stadium and build a new on-campus stadium. The 93 acre site selected to build the new stadium sits along the Brazos River. A pedestrian bridge spanning the Brazos River connects the stadium site to the university campus. The new location of the stadium provides a stronger connection to the campus giving students the experience to walk from campus to the stadium site, and offers visitors a unique game day and tailgating experience.
OJB provided planting and irrigation design for the landscape around the new stadium, including planting beds, turf, native grasses, seeded areas and indigenous plants. The irrigation design reduces water consumption and waste associated with typical irrigation practices for the conservation of natural resources.
OJB introduced a new planting palette - ornamental grasses and wildflowers - not typical to the traditional Baylor campus planting. The large sweeps of planting were influenced by the curvature of the bridge and river’s edge. This new planting palette, along with the live oak “ring” around the stadium and tailgating areas, distinguishes the stadium side of the campus.
OJB designed the walks and spaces around the stadium, creating better pedestrian circulation and allowing for programmed spaces. A landscaped plaza was designed with trees, ornamental planting and shaded courtyard areas, to accommodate the high volume of pedestrian traffic on game days.